Where can I get an affidavit of repossession form?

An Affidavit of Repossession form is generally easy to obtain. Most DMV Web sites offer downloadable, state-specific copies of this form. Or, if you prefer, you can always pick one up in person at your local DMV office. To play if safe, call ahead before visiting and make sure copies are available.

This form is needed, as the name suggests, for when a lending institution must repossess a car or boat due to the owner failing to meet financial obligations. In return, the lending institution then takes possession of the car title. It's the first of several steps of a title transfer caused by financial default.

When completing an Affidavit of Repossession form, pay close to attention to the form's directions. Some state forms require notarization, others do not.



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