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A. The department shall provide on the application for a certificate of title and the application for registration only a section that provides for the indication of a lien or encumbrance on the vehicle.
B. The applicant's signature on the application for a certificate of title or the application for registration only is consent for the lien or encumbrance to be indicated by the department on its official certificate of title record for the vehicle.
C. Except as provided in subsection D of this section and on receipt of the application as provided in this section, the department shall endorse on the application the date and hour it was received at the registering office of the department.
D. The department shall not issue a new certificate of title if the outstanding certificate of title indicates an existing lien or encumbrance unless the lien or encumbrance has been satisfied or the lienor or encumbrancer has consented in writing or electronically to the transfer of title.