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will DMV take this?

a bike that has been paid off, title issued, signed and dated by lienholder back in 07, but there is no stamp.

went to currency exchange to register it, and they turned m down and told me to take it with DMV.

anyone had this happen before, and do you think they will take it and register it under my name?
only one owner on it from day 1
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If the issue is that the release of Lien is not proper, get a notarized letter from the former lienholder saying that the title (call out VIN, year, make & model in letter) is no longer subject to a lien. Take that letter and the title to the DMV. That oughta be good enough to get them to re-issue title with no lien showing.

In my experience, it is well worth it to pay the $ (68 in IL) to re-register titles right after the lien is signed off. That way, if the title is lost, you don't have to go chasing the original lien holder years after the fact. My ex spent 9 months trying to get that "release of Lien" letter in order to sell his car, because the bank that originally held the loan had been sold several times in the interim.

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Should nt be a problem. Bought prior bike during winter. waited almost 2 month to register. not a problem.

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Proper social engineering positioning helps get you your intended results... Make the DMV worker feel like they are doing you the favor and you are very appreciative of it (without coming across sarcastic or insistent)... set them up to be the 'hero'.... when in actuality they are just doing their job.. but it makes them want to help you instead of giving you the run-around..

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My bike had over 1 year lapse in registration because the guy who sold it to me never regested it. The title was signed by the owner before him. I went to currency exchange and regestered it without a problem.

So did previous owner signed and dated the title? Maybe he made a mistake when writing in the date?

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If the issue is that the release of Lien is not proper, get a notarized letter from the former lienholder saying that the title (call out VIN, year, make & model in letter) is no longer subject to a lien. Take that letter and the title to the DMV. That oughta be good enough to get them to re-issue title with no lien showing.

In my experience, it is well worth it to pay the $ (68 in IL) to re-register titles right after the lien is signed off. That way, if the title is lost, you don't have to go chasing the original lien holder years after the fact. My ex spent 9 months trying to get that "release of Lien" letter in order to sell his car, because the bank that originally held the loan had been sold several times in the interim.
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he did sign it, so did i , and so did the lienholder.
but they were stuck up on having a stamp...

just got a fax from them w proof of transfer and that its been paid off, so good to go.
going to sec of state around 4 so ill let ya guys know...

gonn b 50 or so tomorrow so id like to get that taken care of, even maybe ride it to the bike show...
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all went well...they didnt even ask me, i even told the guy that i have it, hes like dont even worry about it. so thats good.
went to the bike show too...had a guy walk up to me saying his friends bailed out and got 2 free tix
so bought some goodies for the saved $
met Jason Britton too
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