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How Long Does It Take To Receive A Title In Ny?

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i reregistered my car 2 month ago and i still didnt get a title

should i get alarmed?

can som1 claim my car as their ownif the title was stolen from the mailbox??

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I waited almost 3 months to receive the title on my new '03ES in NYC. If you are concerned about the long wait you can contact the MVB and ask where it is.

I was wondering, if you wanted to sell a car before you received the title......then what? Could you sell it? :wacko:

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Nope, no title, no sale.

As for claiming your car belongs to them, not likely.

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3 Months...sheesh. That's slow in my eyes.

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That is slow, but every state is different. Imagine trying to put a real estate deal together waiting on title searches and quitclaim deeds, its a PITA.

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When I lived in NY State, cars didn't have titles. In Virginia, they print you out the title when you go to pick up the plates. Of course that is only if you don't have a lien on it, otherwise whoever holds the lien holds the title until it is paid off.

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Maryland is whats called a two part title state. When you own a vehicle subject to a lien you have the title and the bank holds whats called a lien release. When the car is paid off they send you the lien release as proof its paid for, and now you have what are basically two certificates of titles.

Interestingly enough in Maryland when you own a home subject to a lien like a mortgage the bank holds the deed entirely until it is paid for.

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if you bought the car in dec. which i did also it will take 90-120 days. they are processing alot of cars bought from them. this also slows down any titles jan- feb too.

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i called DMV and they said it takes at LEAST 10 days to issue a title for the out of state car that is registering in NY!!!! i was really *BLEEP*ed and upset and the person i was talkin to went ahead and issued the title immediately so i should be receiving it this week if its not gonna get stolen from my mailbox by my neighbors. :censored:

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i called DMV and they said it takes at LEAST 10 days to issue a title for the out of state car that is registering in NY!!!! i was really *BLEEP*ed and upset and the person i was talkin to went ahead and issued the title immediately so i should be receiving it this week if its not  gonna get stolen from my mailbox by my neighbors. :censored:

I'm in Brooklyn too. By the way, where is your mailbox? heehee :P

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i'm no longer in brooklyn, moved to LI few month ago:)

LIE exit 58

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i'm no longer in brooklyn, moved to LI few month ago:)

LIE exit 58

Actually, I live in Great Neck, but I never updated my profile. Where on L.I. do you live?

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nesconset, i work at computer associates and i go to stony brook univercity so its very convenient for me, but i will not stay here longer than its required, place is dead!! (except parties in stony brook)

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Massapequa here... where do you service on long island?

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either myself or lexus of smithtown:)

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I actually live in Massapequa but service at Rallye. worth the trip for me. much better service.

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