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Finding the last Title of a Vehicle

So, where do you go to find the last title of a vehicle? We’re talking about the title document itself, not the owner, but the title. You may start with who it is issued to. That person might have that title document, and they may be able to transfer it over to you or provide you with that piece of paper. Sometimes the lienholder has it. Even if that loan has been paid off, the lien holder may still hold that title document or hold the rights to transfer it.

Identifying the Title Holder
If you don’t have that information, you can start by discovering what state issued that last title document and then go from there to see what their regulations would be to create a new one. More importantly, just because you have that title doesn’t make you the owner. That’s what you’re trying to do. The title will list a name as the title owner on that piece of paper. Until that ownership change has been done and legally transferred with the DMV, the person listed on the title is the legal owner as far as the state is concerned.

Ensuring Legal Transfer
So, in addition to finding that title, you also want to discover the process to get it transferred, if that’s what you’re trying to accomplish.

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