2016 Delaware Code
Title 21 - Motor Vehicles
§ 6306. Consignment vehicles-contract.

21 DE Code § 6306 (2016) What's This?

Any motor vehicle dealer offering a vehicle for sale on consignment shall have in their possession a consignment contract for the vehicle, executed and signed by the dealer and the consignor. The consignment contract shall include the following:

(1) The complete name and address of the owner(s);

(2) The name, address and dealer identification number of the selling dealer;

(3) A complete description of the vehicle on consignment, including the make, model, year, vehicle identification number and body style;

(4) The beginning and termination dates of the contract;

(5) The percentage or the net amount the owner is to receive, if the vehicle is sold;

(6) A disclosure of all unsatisfied liens on the vehicle and the location of the certificate of title to the vehicle.

Any dealer offering a vehicle for sale on consignment shall inform any prospective customer that the vehicle is on consignment. Dealer license plates shall not be used to demonstrate a vehicle on consignment. The owners license plate may be used if liability insurance coverage is in effect in the amount prescribed by Delaware law.

71 Del. Laws, c. 449, § 1.;

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