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You normally don't get a copy of the title, as that goes to the leasing company. Rarely, you may receive a title copy to register the vehicle with your state's department of motor vehicles. If you purchase the vehicle outright after the lease contract, you receive the official title at that point.
11.085 Leased Vehicles (CVC §4453.5) Leased vehicles must be registered in the names of both the lessor and the lessee. The lessor is designated as LSR. the lessee is designated as LSE.
In most cases, the lease company is the registered keeper of a leased vehicle. If, however, you have a finance lease, which typically means you have a van rather than a car, then although the legal owner of the leased vehicle is the finance funder, you would be the registered keeper.
The lessee (you) pays all registration and taxes on a leased vehicle, whether they are charged annually or as a one-time up-front charge, just as you would if the vehicle had been purchased. However, the amount of tax can be different when leasing. Most often sales tax is simply added to each monthly payment.
Yes, you can, as long as: The person has permission granted by the person or company named on the lease. They are on said person's insurance. Or, they have their own comprehensive insurance to drive a lease car not in their name.
During the course of the novated lease the vehicle registration is usually the owner's name (be it a business or the person that owns the lease). So unless you are buying a vehicle that is under a name that is other than the seller's name, there shouldn't be any transfer stamp duty.
If you finance or lease a vehicle, the dealership is required by by the bank, finance company, or leasing company to title and register the vehicle in order for a leinholder to be recorded on the title.
In most cases, the lease company is the registered keeper of a leased vehicle. If, however, you have a finance lease, which typically means you have a van rather than a car, then although the legal owner of the leased vehicle is the finance funder, you would be the registered keeper.
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