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If the vehicle title indicates a lien for the previous owner, the lien must be released on the title. If the lien has not been released on the title, you will need to submit a Lien Release form with an original signature (no photocopies or faxes) that has been completed by the lienholder.
A vehicle can be registered by a driver even if that car is technically owned (and titled) to another person, a dealership (as with a lease), or a lien holder (like an auto loan lender).
A vehicle can be registered by a driver even if that car is technically owned (and titled) to another person, a dealership (as with a lease), or a lien holder (like an auto loan lender).
Yes, you can transfer a NY title with a lien listed on it The NY DMV will accept the title and proof that lien was satisfied when the new owner/your buyer will register and apply for a title.
NJMVC requires the following items to remove a lien from a title: Vehicle Title, Vehicle registration, insurance card or declaration page, Bill of Sale, Certified record title search, DO-22 (by mail only, $15), Or, a certified record vehicle registration, DO-11A (can be obtained same day at a full-service agency, $15).
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The signed negotiable title and completed Application for Texas Title and/or Registration (Form 130-U), must be provided to the county tax office to title the vehicle. The title application must be accompanied by Affidavit of Motor Vehicle Gift Transfer (Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Form 14-317).
If you buy a vehicle from a dealer, the dealer is required to file the title application on your behalf. If you purchase your vehicle from an individual, the seller should provide you with a signed Form 130-U and any other supporting documents so you can file an application with the tax office.
If you are a Colorado resident and have recently purchased a new or used car from a dealer, you must title and register your vehicle within 60 days following the purchase, C.R.S. §42-3-103(1)(a) (2011).
To remove a lien on a motor vehicle, the owner (or agent with proper identification and power attorney) must provide our office with: The title with the lien release section properly signed and dated by the financial institution or lienholder. If completing this by mail a completed DR2395 Title Application is required.
Get a signed and dated bill of sale from the seller. It will need to include your name, the purchase price, the VIN, and the year and make of the vehicle. You'll then need to take these documents, proper identification and proof of insurance to your local DMV office.

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