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Only when your solicitor is satisfied on all aspects will he be prepared to submit to your Lender his report on the title of the property, otherwise known as the Certificate of Title.
Complete an application for the duplicate certificate of title, which is available online at your state's Department of Motor Vehicles' website or at your local DMV office. Photocopy your proof of identity. Get your application notarized if necessary. Make out a check for the fee.
A certificate of title, or pink slip, is a legal document that says who owns a specific vehicle. It displays standard information such as the owner's name and address, the vehicle identification number and license plate. It's a record of ownership that also serves a variety of purposes over the life of a vehicle.
A title certificate is a proof of ownership for any of your automobile and is required at the time of transferring it to the next owner. On the other hand, a registration certificate is a kind of permit for driving any vehicle on the roads or operating a motorboat on waterways.
It may take up to three weeks to receive the new certificate in the mail.
1(a). The person(s) named on the front of the Certificate of Title must sign this document in order to release ownership. All signatures must be in blue or black ink.
What is a Certificate of Title? A Certificate of Title (CT) is a public and legal record of land ownership, including interests and restrictions on the land.
(2) "or" means that either owner's signature is required to transfer title. (3) "and/or" means that both owners' must signatures are required to transfer title, however, should one of the owners pass away, then the remaining owner is able to transfer title.
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