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Mistakes or omissions that occur on an auto title allows for consequences because an auto title is a legal document and any alterations/scratch-thrus, etc. will void the document.
If you realize that you've made a mistake when completing your title, STOP. DO NOT CROSS OUT, WRITE OVER or USE WHITE OUT. Remember, this is an important document which may not be accepted with those types of errors.
Using white out or making an erasure on a certificate of title when transferring ownership automatically voids the certificate. If this occurs, a duplicate title must be obtained by the current owner and the incorrect title should be enclosed with your request.
If your state requires a notarized signature on your vehicle title, do not sign the document until you are in the presence of a notary. This may void your title, meaning you have to obtain a duplicate copy.
The State DMV has issued a corrected title for the vehicle. In some states, a corrected title will be issued for removing or adding an owner's name due to divorce, death or marriage. In other states, details about the vehicle, such as incorrect odometer readings, can result in a corrected title being issued.
A car title is a document establishing the legal owner of a vehicle, whether a person or business, that's issued by a state department of motor vehicles. It's also referred to as a certificate of title or pink slip (as car titles in California were once that color).
Superseded is defined as took the place of something else. When a new set of neighborhood bylaws and deed restrictions were passed and the old ones became obsolete and no longer relevant, this is an example of a time when the new documents superseded the old ones.
Corrected Title?? A corrected title is exactly what it sounds like, a fixed title. This is done when something incorrect is found and the owner, and holder of the title, applies for a new title with the corrected information. This most often refers to 1 of 3 things.
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