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New bike-titling question(MD) - May 11, 2010, 08:36 PM

I just picked up a ninja 636 last week from virgina, and today i finally had time to register it in maryland. however, when i went to the MVA, they said i cant register it because the seller accidently wrote her name under Buyer Name and scratched it off and put her initials nxt to it. Since it says any alteration or erasure voids this title, the lady said they cant accept it without a notorized bill of sale. The drive for me down there is close to 3 hours (I should make her come up here since its her fault) but i ended up emailing her the MVA bill of sale for her to notorize and mail back. Im annoyed bc the bike isready to go, its supposed to be nice starting tomorrow and its gonna have to sit there until this lady decides to get it notorized. Any other options? How long does it take to order a title?

the lady at the mva was a B**** too, she didnt even let me explain, cut me off while im speaking and goes, next!

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Yes its purple but i dont care! Actually its blue, but looks purple sometimes... ehhhhhh
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May 11, 2010, 08:47 PM

MVA are STRICT. In the past, there was a lot of cloning so they dont kid around. Any alterations and its not accepted.


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May 11, 2010, 08:52 PM

Which doesnt make sense to me bc they only require a bill of sale to be notorized if the vehicle was sold under KBB. and so any person can get the title and put their name on it regardless...
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Yeah...Im not a fan of MVA..Spent 2 hours there the other day..


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May 11, 2010, 11:01 PM

1) that's a nice clean bike you got. congrats on the purchase, man.

2) i had to deal with something kinda similar when i bought my bike a few years back. for the notorized bill of sale, we both had to be there and sign in front of the notory. we just went in to a ups store, put the sold price and each signed while the lady stamped it with her details. this could be bad news since you may have to do the same thing. has to be you too cause you'll have to present some form of i.d.

since she screwed up the title, she may have to go to the mva and request a new copy, which is also what the guy i bought mine from had to do.

on a side note, i see you're from EC, and even though i've had problems with every mva front desk, i have found that the mva in annapolis is both quicker and nicer. every person i've talked to behind the counters are nice, but the front desk is probly trained to be a bunch of bitches. it's farther away, but it's totally worth the drive.
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i think this coulda made the sportbike forum
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1) that's a nice clean bike you got. congrats on the purchase, man.

2) i had to deal with something kinda similar when i bought my bike a few years back. for the notorized bill of sale, we both had to be there and sign in front of the notory. we just went in to a ups store, put the sold price and each signed while the lady stamped it with her details. this could be bad news since you may have to do the same thing. has to be you too cause you'll have to present some form of i.d.

since she screwed up the title, she may have to go to the mva and request a new copy, which is also what the guy i bought mine from had to do.

on a side note, i see you're from EC, and even though i've had problems with every mva front desk, i have found that the mva in annapolis is both quicker and nicer. every person i've talked to behind the counters are nice, but the front desk is probly trained to be a bunch of bitches. it's farther away, but it's totally worth the drive.
Thanks. I actually had a question bout me having to be present. On the MVA bill of sale there is a location for 2 notorizers. and it says " A second space is provided for notarizng an additional party to the transaction who may not be present at the initial notarization. It is not necessary to require two notaries if one will suffice for all parties" Does this mean that she can get her part notarized and then i can get my part notarized or does it mean that if there is a co-buyer they can get theirs notarized later? She said she knows someone that will notarize it without me there though, so i guuess we'll see.

Thatd suck if she has to order a new title.

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+1 how dare you not post on the sportbike forum, especially when it pertains to sportbikes!!!


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is this how deprived we are of sportbike discussion that this qualifies for being in the sportbike forum.
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same thing happened to me at the VA DMV
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Thanks. I actually had a question bout me having to be present. On the MVA bill of sale there is a location for 2 notorizers. and it says " A second space is provided for notarizng an additional party to the transaction who may not be present at the initial notarization. It is not necessary to require two notaries if one will suffice for all parties" Does this mean that she can get her part notarized and then i can get my part notarized or does it mean that if there is a co-buyer they can get theirs notarized later? She said she knows someone that will notarize it without me there though, so i guuess we'll see.

Thatd suck if she has to order a new title.

No a notary only confirms that the signature is the signature of the person signing. The two notary spaces on the MVA Bill of Sale form is for the confirmation of each signature. It can be done by two separate notaries at different times.
Depending on where you are I can sign for your signature. Just don't sign it before you bring it over. I'm in Frederick, by the way.


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No a notary only confirms that the signature is the signature of the person signing. The two notary spaces on the MVA Bill of Sale form is for the confirmation of each signature. It can be done by two separate notaries at different times.
Depending on where you are I can sign for your signature. Just don't sign it before you bring it over. I'm in Frederick, by the way.
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May 12, 2010, 07:00 PM

Didn't read your long post or the replies but your bike looks great, congrats man.


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