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Change as a result of divorce; the party receiving the vehicle should bring a copy of the divorce settlement and the old title and obtain a new title and registration. If due to marriage it is up to the individual. However, to change the name on the registration requires that the title be changed also. Bring the old title and certified marriage license to obtain a new title and registration. If a name is changed for another legal reason, bring in the certifying document for our review.
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Vehicles that are 10 model years old or newer. Currently 2003 to present. The odometer statement is part of the title document.
Yes, unless you are non-resident military.
Original out-of-state title, proof of insurance, vehicle inspection ticket, and security agreement (if lien).
No, you will need proof of registration, insurance, Military ID, and the last end-of-month L.E.S. statement so that we can register your non-resident vehicle.
Only the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is checked to ensure that it matches the title. The VIN is also checked for stolen vehicles.
No, not since July 16, 1994.
No, they close fifteen minutes earlier than we do.
Yes, it is located on the southeast side of the main courthouse about forty feet east of the Treasurer’s Office. There is VIN parking on the very east side of the building.
Yes, Nebraska requires signatures of all persons listed as owners to transfer ownership.
A signed copy of the security agreement or contract between buyer and lien holder and the $7 fee.
Yes, the original title must be brought in (or mailed in) to the County Treasurer’s office for release. The title can be taken to any County Treasurer’s office in the state for release of the lien. We will need to see the release on the face of the title or a notarized lien release from the lender. There is no fee for lien release.
No, Nebraska titles are valid in any county in the state.
No. Cash, local check, or money orders will be accepted.
No, erasures or alterations void a Nebraska title. A spoiled (duplicate) must be issued.
Yes, beginning January 2, 2003, you can obtain a duplicate Nebraska title in any county.
We need the name and address of your lien holder and the vehicle registration or you can fill out the request at our web page Customer Request For Out of State Title. If you provide us with the information we will send for the original title and security agreement. If you use the Customer Request For Out of State Title form, then you mail it directly to your lien holder. Upon receipt of this paperwork, you will be sent a postcard notifying you that the vehicle must be inspected. The Nebraska title will be issued and sent back to the lienholder. A licensing copy will be available for you to obtain your plates. There is a $17 title/lien notation fee.
No, the original documents are needed to issue a new Nebraska title.
That is up to the remaining owner(s). However, to change the registration the title must be changed. Bring in the old title and death certificate to change the title and registration.