2013 Maryland Code
TRANSPORTATION
§ 13-111 - Lost, stolen, or damaged certificates


MD Transp Code § 13-111 (2013) What's This?

§13-111.

(a) If a certificate of title is lost, the owner or the legal representative of the owner named in the certificate, as shown by the records of the Administration, promptly shall apply for and, after furnishing information satisfactory to the Administration and payment of the required fee, obtain a duplicate certificate of title.

(b) If a certificate of title is stolen, the owner or the legal representative of the owner named in the certificate, as shown by the records of the Administration, promptly shall apply for and, after furnishing information satisfactory to the Administration and payment of the required fee, obtain a duplicate certificate of title.

(c) If a certificate of title is damaged to the extent that the certificate of title is illegible, the owner or the legal representative of the owner named in the certificate, as shown by the records of the Administration, promptly shall apply for, and after furnishing information satisfactory to the Administration and payment of the required fee, obtain a duplicate certificate of title.

(d) The duplicate certificate of title shall contain the legend “This is a duplicate certificate and may be subject to the rights of a person under the original certificate.”

(e) If a person recovers an original certificate of title for which a duplicate has been issued, the person promptly shall surrender the original certificate to the Administration.

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