certificate of title


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certificate of title

A certificate issued by the appropriate land registration authority certifying that the land in question is lawfully owned; it describes the land and indicates any encumbrances upon it.
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Querrer-Kauffman, the Supreme Court held that when the instrument presented for registration is forged, even if accompanied by the owner's duplicate certificate of title, the registered owner does not thereby lose his title, and neither does the mortgagee acquire any right or title to the property.
Box 1688, Fayetteville, Arkansas 72702-1688, have filed a Petition lor Declaratory Judgment to Declare Manufactured Home Abandoned and for Issuance of a New Certificate of Title herein against you alleging that a manulactured home that you previously resided in and owned and have since abandoned remains abandoned on the premises owned by the petition, and seeks to have the Court declare and order the Arkansas Department ot Finance and Administration to issue a new Certificate of Title to the manulactured home created in the name ol the petilioners.
On filing the certificate of title the clerk shall distribute the proceeds of the sale, so far as they are sufficient, by paying: first, all of plaintiff's costs; second, documentary stamps affixed to the certificate; third, plaintiff's attorneys' fees; fourth, the total sum due to plaintiff, less the items paid, plus interest at the rate prescribed in paragraph 1 from this date to the date of the sale; and by retaining any remaining amount pending further order of this court.
1(a), the Minister shall deposit with the registrar a notification that the parcel of Inuit Owned Lands has been vested in the DIO and this notification shall be accepted by the registrar and dealt with in all respects, including the issuance of a certificate of title, as if it were letters patent in favour of the DIO, even if there is no plan of survey and regardless of the size of the parcel.
Finished in hearing-aid beige with faux wood side panels, the '85 Le Baron is the automotive equivalent of a duffle-coat, but still bears Frank's signature on its California certificate of title.
21) Although Texas does not allow a "nonrepairable" vehicle to be rebuilt, salvage vehicles may be rebuilt as long as the title bears the words "REBUILT SALVAGE" in red capital letters that "occupy at least 15 percent of the face of the certificate of title.
Following exchange of contracts, your solicitor will provide a certificate of title to the mortgage company and request release of the mortgage funds in time for completion.
Maybe the Catholic Church, but you'd still be hard pressed to find a certificate of title or justify a reason for a sale.
Visitors can review an on line version of Massachusetts driver's manual in preparation for an upcoming test or download forms (license and ID application, license and ID update, walk-in hearing request, application for duplicate certificate of title, title amendment; affidavit of surviving spouse).
A vehicle, however, can be transferred only if (a) the originator signs the back of the certificate of title and certifies the odometer reading and (b) the transferee applies for a new certificate of title in its own name.
He gave the certificate and keys to James, who turned the keys and certificate of title over to Pierce.
In fact, an EPA pollution certificate conveys more information about the physical character and service potential of an allowance than a bulldozer's certificate of title conveys about its physical character and service potential.
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