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www.dor.ms.gov/Pages/Title-FAQs.aspx

You must complete Form 78-006 “Application for Replacement Certificate of Title” and pay a $9.00 fee. For a Fast Track title, complete Form 78-026 and pay a $39.00 fee. If you are planning either to buy or sell a vehicle and that vehicle’s title is missing, the owner of the vehicle must apply for a duplicate title.

www.yourmechanic.com/article/how-to-replace-a-lost-or-stolen-car-title-in-missouri

Be sure to include the reason you are asking for a duplicate title and your address. You will need a notary to witness your signature, you will have to submit your current title if you have it (no matter how damaged it may be), and include the fees. There is a $2.50 processing fee, and the duplicate title is $11. By mail

www.yourmechanic.com/article/how-to-replace-a-lost-or-stolen-car-title-in-all...

The process for replacing your lost, damaged, or stolen car title is different depending on which state you live in. How you apply, where you apply, and what materials you need for replacement title application all differ, so make sure to familiarize yourself with your state’s process if you need your car title replaced.

itstillruns.com/report-stolen-car-registration-4815664.html

If your registration tags have been stolen, too, you must apply for new tags in person at the local DMV. The DMV may ask you to fill out an Application for Duplicate Registration Card, either in person, or by mail. Some DMVs allow you to submit an application for a new registration online.

www.sos.mo.gov/elections/goVoteMissouri/votereg

If you moved before the deadline to register for an election, you must complete your new registration prior to the registration deadline in order to be eligible to vote a full ballot in your new jurisdiction. If you moved after the registration deadline, you will be entitled to vote a limited ballot, containing only federal and statewide ...

www.autolist.com/guides/car-title-signed-but-never-transferred

It describes the action of the title "jumping" over one owner and on to the next. The new owner gets the title, but the previous owner avoided sales taxes and registration fees by never registering the car in their name. The origin of this process was with shady car dealers who wanted to avoid paying taxes.

itstillruns.com/register-car-title-5951176.html

Registering a car without a title will vary slightly from state to state. If you purchased a vehicle and the owner lost the original title or a salvaged vehicle you can complete the registration. Check with your state for the specific requirements to register a car with no title.

www.wisdomandauthority.com/blog/2012/02/13/Bought-a-Vehicle-From-Private...

In the event you run into problems from trying to get the vehicle title, you have a better chance of contacting the person who sold you the vehicle and gave you the title. Unfortunately, if you delay and run into titling problems after a period of time; there is a chance that you may not be able to contact the seller.

tfctitleloans.com/what-happens-when-you-lose-the-title-to-your-car

New Mexico Replacement Title Process. To create a duplicate replacement car title in New Mexico, the process will be done through the New Mexico DMV office. You’ll need to have the following: Application for Duplicate Certificate of Title (Form MVD-10901) A replacement fee is listed on the application; Current registration and your driver’s ...

benboyle.com/blog/?p=16

Just went thru VT and got plates and a registration for a clean 70 VW bug that had no title. Used CheckThatVIN.com ($3.95) to check that nothing weird was up with the VIN first, then filled out the paper work, $65 for the plates and registration, then calculated the 6% tax from the purchase price and mailed it in… took just over a week.