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Old 07-14-2011, 09:37 AM
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This is the deal

TN does not issue titles on trailers and I have no other supporting documents. How do I register and title this in LA?
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Old 07-14-2011, 09:41 AM
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Same for Ohio, in IN there is a form that you print off of the BMV web site and have the police come out and fill it in.

Take it to the BMV and they run a check. Not a problem.
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I take it that you mean DMV
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Some states use the registration as the title. or, you might be able to use a "Certificate of Origin" that can be provided by the manufacturer.
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Same deal when I bought my boat Rafe. I had my bill of sale and the Certificate of Origin, brought them to the DMV and had no issues.
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Same deal when I bought my boat Rafe. I had my bill of sale and the Certificate of Origin, brought them to the DMV and had no issues.
I dont have a Certificate of Origin..I dont have anything just a trailer lol...
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Your Bill of Sale should be all that the DMV needs to apply for a title. Otherwise, get a Lost Title Application.
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