What is a Court Ordered Title?

A court-ordered title is a legal document proving ownership of a vehicle or vessel granted by a court of law. This can happen when there is a significant lack of proof of ownership, a dispute over ownership, or if the original title is lost or destroyed and cannot be replaced with a duplicate title.

How does a Court Ordered Title process work?

Why does it work?

The court-ordered title process is a way to prove ownership of a vehicle or vessel when there is a substantial lack of such evidence. The DMV cannot issue you a title for a vehicle or vessel without sufficient evidence proving your ownership of the vehicle.

If you truly own the vehicle but you’re lacking the correct documentation, the court in your county can review your story and declare you the owner of the vehicle by court order. Once the order is issued, the DMV is required to follow it.

How our title experts can help

At Court Ordered Title, we understand the challenges and complexities of obtaining a court-ordered title. That’s why our team of title experts is here to help you every step of the way. Here’s what we can do to help:

We’re here to help make the court-ordered title process as stress-free and straightforward as possible. If you have any questions or want to learn more about our services, don’t hesitate to reach out to our friendly help desk at help@courtorderedtitle.com.

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