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Old 03-15-2014, 06:52 PM   #466
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The lien is there until the lien holder removes it. This is an official document you have to physically go to court house and sign papers removing the lien. It definitely doesn't go away or disappear. What do you to lose by following through sending in paperwork? Worse case they send it back with formal note telling you the property is liened.
I never heard of such a thing, not saying it isn't true in the state you live,

all 3 states here in northrn New England (Vermont, New Hampshire & Maine) only record real estate leins, motor vehicle leins/loans are just contracts between 2 private parties that each should have a copy of. should the lein holder want to enforce it, they would hire a private repossession company or what ever procedure for default is spelled out in the contract
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Old 03-17-2014, 10:59 AM   #467
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I never heard of such a thing, not saying it isn't true in the state you live,

all 3 states here in northrn New England (Vermont, New Hampshire & Maine) only record real estate leins, motor vehicle leins/loans are just contracts between 2 private parties that each should have a copy of. should the lein holder want to enforce it, they would hire a private repossession company or what ever procedure for default is spelled out in the contract
Here in Kentucky they put any lein right on the title. When you pay the vehicle off the state reissues a new title without the lein holder on the title.

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Old 03-24-2014, 06:19 PM   #468
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Aborted Mission, no cops would do Vin inspection in my area. One started asking a bunch of questions including - what are you doing tryig to get a title?
However after some investigative work and googling and other things, i did track down original owner, he ordered replacment title from Title bureo and Title is in the Mail
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Old 04-02-2014, 11:00 AM   #469
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Update: Just got my check and letter returned in the mail due to VT DMV not getting enough money.. They claimed that a 1978 DT250 was worth more than $500 according to NADA even though I paid $300 for it I voided my check, sent out a new one and added another $9 to it making it $83 now. Keeping fingers crossed
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Old 04-02-2014, 12:27 PM   #470
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Trying in KY...

Got my project 1964 CT-90 in rolling order (only took 16 months!) and went to my local sheriff's office last Thursday. In Jefferson county, the sheriffs office does the vehicle inspections. The deputy begrudgingly signed off on my Vermont VIN form and off it went with the other required documents and a check for $74 to Montpellier last Thursday.

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Old 04-02-2014, 05:08 PM   #471
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Update: Just got my check and letter returned in the mail due to VT DMV not getting enough money.. They claimed that a 1978 DT250 was worth more than $500 according to NADA even though I paid $300 for it I voided my check, sent out a new one and added another $9 to it making it $83 now. Keeping fingers crossed
For anyone else reading it is always best to call in and get the tax amount from VT DMV. They were very nice to me and gave me the total amount due over the phone to send in with paperwork.
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Old 04-04-2014, 01:49 PM   #472
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i have a 98 dr350se no title (hasn't been titled since 2004). I sent the local dmv my ownership forms(indiana rules) required for getting a title and they were just returned to me. Dmv says i have to get original owner to transfer title or get court order. Thing is, i bought it from a guy that bought it from the last registered owner. The guy i bought from never registered it (had it for about a month).
If i went the VT route would it be possibe to get title transferred after getting registerd/plated from VT?
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Old 04-04-2014, 04:24 PM   #473
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will this work for cars with VT?
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Old 04-04-2014, 09:45 PM   #474
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will this work for cars with VT?
Yes, as long as the car is 15+ years old. And you will have to have the VIN verified by a cop, your local DMV, or something like that.
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Old 04-05-2014, 07:29 PM   #475
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will this work for cars with VT?
Yes,

I got a Blazer registered in VT for a friend in Nevada. He bught the Blazer at a military auction and for some reason Nevada wouldn't register it. He sent me all the paperwork and in 15 minutes at the VTDMV I had a plate and temporary registration. When his permanent registration came in , he went to the Nevada DMV and was able to register it there.
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Old 04-07-2014, 09:36 PM   #476
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i have a 98 dr350se no title (hasn't been titled since 2004). I sent the local dmv my ownership forms(indiana rules) required for getting a title and they were just returned to me. Dmv says i have to get original owner to transfer title or get court order. Thing is, i bought it from a guy that bought it from the last registered owner. The guy i bought from never registered it (had it for about a month).
If i went the VT route would it be possibe to get title transferred after getting registerd/plated from VT?
Yes
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Old 04-07-2014, 09:39 PM   #477
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For anyone else reading it is always best to call in and get the tax amount from VT DMV. They were very nice to me and gave me the total amount due over the phone to send in with paperwork.
Good point. I wish I would have thought to do that. Still waiting....
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Old 04-08-2014, 12:32 AM   #478
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Good point. I wish I would have thought to do that. Still waiting....
Damn, guess I should have done that. Got mine back today for insufficient tax. Seems my CT-200 is a antique collectors item and needed $52.50. $22.50 more so back it went the same day with a new check.

Should have called...
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Old 04-08-2014, 06:42 AM   #479
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I almost went the Vermont route on the no-title '88 Honda Hawk GT I bought last year for $300. The additional hassles with VT due to it being a 650cc bike, and the ratty condition led me to find a titled frame and swap everything over. Lots more work, but it forced me to check everything and fix and refurb what needed fixing or refurbing. Took my title (signed over in 1996 - there were some questions about that) in on Saturday and walked out with a new license and registration. My PA title should arrive in 7-10 days.

Here is the main reason I went the full frame swap route. I just did not trust that there were not major safety issues lurking under the corrosion and gobs of grease. I was going to have to strip it down completely anyway for my own peace of mind:



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Old 04-08-2014, 07:28 AM   #480
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