You have a vehicle with a
MECHANIC’S LIEN
and need to get a title.

Mechanic’s Lien

Vehicles left or abandoned on certain property may be eligible for title processing via a mechanic’s lien process. If you are a property owner or licensed automotive facility with an unclaimed vehicle on your premised a certain process may allow for titling of the vehicle to your entity or to a designated bidder.

Our service can provide some of the steps required to complete this mechanic’s lien vehicle title process. In most states and jurisdictions, at least 4 steps are involved.

  • Search title history for prior owner and lienholder records
  • Notify prior owner, lienholder, and client customer of notice of sale for title
  • Publicize the intended sale and title transfer
  • Document the process to vacate all prior ownership claims

Our mechanics lien automated assistance process can provide the following support for your mechanics lien vehicle transfer:

PROCESS PART 1 – $69
Pull title record for owner and liens
Send certified letters to owner, lender, and client as indicated

PROCESS PART 2 – $69
Provide you with text to place ads in the newspaper
Provide form for submission to the DMV for title issuance

If you would like us to do both parts of the process, the cost is $125. A $13 savings for you.

Professional document preparation. Documents and checklist prepared for your signature and filing for title within 48 hours.

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mechanics lien 2

Order both parts of the service and save! BEST VALUE!

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There are several other steps that you as the client will need to complete. If bidding is required, you will need to receive those bids and calculate the highest bid. In most cases, you can also be the buyer/owner of the vehicle. You may also need to have a VIN inspection.

MECHANIC’S LIEN FAQ:

How much does the process cost?
You will likely need to pay a title application fee to your state, which usually ranges from $25 – $50. If the buyer is a retail consumer, the buyer may have to pay sales tax on the purchase.

What if there is a bank lien on the vehicle?
The lender of record will receive a notice of title transfer, and will be given the opportunity to pay the outstanding repair bill or storage fees. They may also elect to disregard the transfer. In most cases, a mechanics lien is superior to a bank lien.

What else do I have to do for the process?
Each state and county has various requirements. Be sure to verify that your scenario meets the requirements of the mechanics lien process, such as licensing, property ownership, posted rates, and limitations of time to take action. Our role is to prepare the steps above to assist in a process which your are primarily responsible for determining and completing.

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You have a vehicle with a mechanic’s lien and need to get a title.

Vehicles left or abandoned on certain property may be eligible for title processing via a mechanic’s lien process. If you are a property owner or licensed automotive facility with an unclaimed vehicle on your premised a certain process may allow for titling of the vehicle to your entity or to a designated bidder.

Our service can provide some of the steps required to complete this mechanic’s lien vehicle title process. In most states and jurisdictions, at least 4 steps are involved.

  • Search title history for prior owner and lienholder records
  • Notify prior owner, lienholder, and client customer of notice of sale for title
  • Publicize the intended sale and title transfer
  • Document the process to vacate all prior ownership claims

Our mechanics lien automated assistance process can provide the following support for your mechanics lien vehicle transfer:

PROCESS PART 1 – $69
Pull title record for owner and liens
Send certified letters to owner, lender, and client as indicated

PROCESS PART 2 – $69
Provide you with text to place ads in the newspaper
Provide form for submission to the DMV for title issuance

If you would like us to do both parts of the process, the cost is $125. A $13 savings for you.

titles for all vehicles

Title Orders Call 256-448-4853!

Professional document preparation. Documents and checklist prepared for your signature and filing for title within 48 hours.

mechanics lien 1
mechanics lien 2

Order both parts of the service and save! BEST VALUE!

mechanics lien both

5 Easy Steps:

Search title history for prior owner and lienholder records

Notify prior owner, lienholder, and client customer of notice of sale for title

Publicize the intended sale and title transfer

Document the process to vacate all prior ownership claims

title in any state
titles processed

MECHANIC’S LIEN FAQ:

How much does the process cost?
You will likely need to pay a title application fee to your state, which usually ranges from $25 – $50. If the buyer is a retail consumer, the buyer may have to pay sales tax on the purchase.

What if there is a bank lien on the vehicle?
The lender of record will receive a notice of title transfer, and will be given the opportunity to pay the outstanding repair bill or storage fees. They may also elect to disregard the transfer. In most cases, a mechanics lien is superior to a bank lien.

What else do I have to do for the process?
Each state and county has various requirements. Be sure to verify that your scenario meets the requirements of the mechanics lien process, such as licensing, property ownership, posted rates, and limitations of time to take action. Our role is to prepare the steps above to assist in a process which your are primarily responsible for determining and completing.