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28-2059 - Obtaining a certificate of title; refusal; revocation
28-2059. Obtaining a certificate of title; refusal; revocation
A. If satisfactory proof of ownership is furnished to the director, the director may issue a certificate of title for a motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer whether or not a certificate of title has ever been issued for that motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer.
B. If the director determines that an applicant for a certificate of title to a motor vehicle, trailer or semitrailer is not entitled to a certificate of title, the director may refuse to issue a certificate of title or to register the vehicle. The director may revoke a registration already acquired or an outstanding certificate of title. The director shall serve a notice of refusal to issue a certificate of title or vehicle registration or a notice of revocation of a certificate of title or registration in person or by first class mail. Within fifteen days after the date the notice is mailed or served, a person who is aggrieved by the refusal or revocation may request a hearing.