When a lienholder has credited the final payment, it should take approximately five business days, including mailing time.
No. Your original title together with the lien release is all that is needed.
A duplicate title may be issued if the original title was lost. The duplicate title will be sent to the lienholder.
Arizona law requires you to transfer the title to the new owner at the time of delivery of the vehicle. You must obtain the title from the lienholder before delivering the vehicle.
No. A duplicate title is issued when the original title is lost. However, you may visit any MVD or authorized third-party office and request a Power of Attorney With Odometer Disclosure form. This allows you to give power of attorney to the new owner to sign off your interest on your behalf. As the seller, you are required to complete the odometer information. Contact your lienholder and request that the title (with lien release) be sent to the new owner.
The dealer will request that you initial and sign a Dealer Acquisition Contract in lieu of presenting a title at the time of a trade-in.
Your insurance company should contact the lienholder to obtain the title.
Contact your lienholder for a replacement notarized lien release. Take the lien release to any MVD or authorized third-party office and apply for a duplicate title. Staple the lien release to the duplicate title.
Contact your lienholder. If they permit an additional owner, they will process the change.
Visit any MVD office where a vehicle inspection will be conducted. Provide the inspection document to your lienholder who will process the corrected title.
Request your second lienholder contact the first lienholder to arrange to add a second lien on your vehicle title.
You may apply for an MVD Administrative Hearing if your lienholder does not provide you with the title within 15 business days from full satisfaction of the lien.
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