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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 28. Motor Vehicles
- Chapter 10. Vehicle Registration, Liens, and Title
- Section 211. Application For Title.
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AS 28.10.211. Application For Title.
- (a) The owner of a vehicle required to be titled under this chapter shall apply for title by properly completing and
surrendering the forms prescribed by the commissioner and by complying with all applicable laws and regulations, after
which the department shall issue a certificate of title.
- (b) An application for title or transfer of title must contain
- (1) the signature in ink of the owner, or if there is more than one owner, the signature in ink of at least one of the
owners and the name of each owner stated in the conjunctive or in the disjunctive; and
- (2) any other information reasonably required by the department.
- (c) When an application for title refers to a new vehicle, the application must be accompanied by a "manufacturer's
statement of origin" and other information reasonably required by the department.
- (d) An applicant for title to a vehicle transferred by court action on a lien or encumbrance shall surrender to the
department a certified copy of the court order involuntarily transferring the vehicle.
- (e) If a vehicle to be titled is a specially constructed or reconstructed vehicle, the fact shall be noted on the
application for title. The department may require evidence of prior registration of, or issuance of title for, the
vehicle and may require the applicant to furnish additional information as it considers necessary to establish
ownership, including bills of sale, invoices for vehicle equipment, or a surety bond.
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