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Transferring a NEW OR OUT OF STATE Title and Registering (license plate) into Pennsylvania. Need not be present BUT if the Title requires a Notarized signature Please make sure it is completed.
After the title is transferred, the seller must remove the registration plate from the vehicle. The registration plate should never be given to the purchaser. The registration plate should be returned to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles unless the seller plans to transfer it to another vehicle.
Yes, you can sell a car with a loan, but the loan will have to be paid off before you can transfer the title to the new owner.
If you financed the vehicle you're trying to sell, the certificate of title in your name would be held by your lienholder. You would have to obtain the certificate of title from your lienholder in order to sell the vehicle.
Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Return Tag Unit. P.O. Box 68597. Harrisburg, PA 17106-8597.
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To request a refund, complete Form MV-700, \u201cApplication for a Refund.\u201d NOTE: A refund request of unused registration must be made within 14 days of the expiration of the previous/old registration expiration date; regardless of when the registration was renewed.
Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Return Tag Unit. P.O. Box 68597. Harrisburg, PA 17106-8597.
A. The operator of the vehicle would be in violation of Section 1332 of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code, which may result in a $100 fine. Q.
Once your plate has been received, it will be marked as a "dead tag." Returning your PA license plate to PennDOT, will help protect you from someone using your plate fraudulently. Customers moving out of state are not eligible to record their change of address online.
The takeaway. It's perfectly legal to sell a car with a lien, as long as you pay off the loan first. To sell a car with a lien, you have the option to sell it to a car dealer as a trade-in, or sell the car to a private buyer.

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