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28-2055 - Certificate of title; content requirements; transfer on death provision
28-2055. Certificate of title; content requirements; transfer on death provision
A. The department or an authorized third party shall do both of the following:
1. Create the certificate of title with space for notation of liens and encumbrances on the vehicle at the time of transfer.
2. Provide forms for assignment of title or interest and warranty by the owner that contains the odometer mileage disclosure statement pursuant to section 28-2058.
B. At the request of the owner and on payment of a fee prescribed by the department by rule, the certificate of title may contain, by attachment, a transfer on death provision where the owner may designate a beneficiary of the vehicle.
C. If a motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer has been registered in any other state or country, the department shall retain in its records the name of the state or country in which the prior registration took place.