State of New Jersey - Motor Vehicle Commission
If there is no lien on the vehicle, you can get a duplicate title at any MVC Agency or Regional Service Center with proof of identity, or mail required documents and fees to:
Frequently Asked Questions
Due to recent changes in Texas law, Titles and Certificates of Attachment are no longer produced. Effective September 1, 2003, all such documents became known as Statements of Ownership and Location (SOLs). To obtain an SOL to replace a lost Title or Certificate of Attachment, please read Applying for an SOL (PDF) for a complete list of documents and fees required. (Top) See similar questions...
Title and Registration FAQs
application for a duplicate certificate of title may be filed through the Taxpayer and Vehicle Services Division either in person or by mail. Office hours for this service are 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. When filing in person, you must furnish proof of identity, such as a driver license or photo identification card. If someone other than the owner of the vehicle files, they must show proof of identification and have a notarized power of attorney from the owner. See similar questions...
OFA: Frequently Asked Questions
To receive a corrected or duplicate copy, please send a written request and in the case of corrections, include the original incorrect certificate with the corrections indicated. Where possible, please send verification such as the AKC registration papers to verify the requested changes. Following receipt of the request, the OFA will update its records, and mail a new certificate. See similar questions...
Mobile Electronics Certified Professional
Yes. Duplicate certificates are only available for active certifications. Certificates will not be issued for expired certifications. There will be a $5.00 charge. To receive a copy of your certificate, please call MECP customer services at (866) 858-1555 and have your certificate number handy. The customer services representative can match your record with one in the database and expedite your duplicate certificate. See similar questions...
Ownership of land is detailed in registration. Registration is compulsory because it effects legal transfer of title in land. The title shows you who owns land. New purchasers register a transfer in legal tile when they complete the sale. Generally lawyers do this for you so ask them for more details. See similar questions...
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