2009 Iowa Code
Title 8 - Transportation
Subtitle 2 - Vehicles
CHAPTER 321 - MOTOR VEHICLES AND LAW OF THE ROAD
321.20A - CERTIFICATE OF TITLE AND REGISTRATION FEES -- COMMERCIAL VEHICLES.
321.20A CERTIFICATE OF TITLE AND REGISTRATION FEES -- COMMERCIAL VEHICLES. 1. Notwithstanding other provisions of this chapter, the owner of a commercial vehicle subject to the proportional registration provisions of chapter 326 may make application to the department or the appropriate county treasurer for a certificate of title. The application for certificate of title shall be made within thirty days of purchase or transfer and shall be accompanied by a twenty dollar title fee and the appropriate fee for new registration. The department or the county treasurer shall deliver the certificate of title to the owner if there is no security interest. If there is a security interest, the title, when issued, shall be delivered to the first secured party. Delivery may be made using electronic means. 2. An owner of more than fifty commercial vehicles subject to the proportional registration provisions of chapter 326 who is issued a certificate of title under this section shall not be subject to annual registration fees until the commercial vehicle is driven or moved upon the highways. The annual registration fee due shall be prorated for the remaining unexpired months of the registration year. Ownership of the commercial vehicle shall not be transferred until annual registration fees have been paid to the department.Section History: Recent Form
95 Acts, ch 118, §6; 96 Acts, ch 1089, § 1; 96 Acts, ch 1152, § 2; 2000 Acts, ch 1016, §2; 2001 Acts, ch 132, §2; 2004 Acts, ch 1013, §4, 35; 2006 Acts, ch 1070, §3; 2008 Acts, ch 1113, §14, 21, 52 Referred to in § 312.2, 321.52A, 331.557 Surcharge imposed, § 321.52A
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