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28-4547 - Requirements for temporary registration plates
28-4547. Requirements for temporary registration plates
A. A dealer shall not:
1. Issue, assign or deliver temporary registration plates to anyone other than a bona fide purchaser of a vehicle that is not registered for the current year.
2. Issue temporary registration plates unless the purchaser files an application for a certificate of title and an application for annual registration of the vehicle before or at the time the plates are issued.
3. Issue temporary registration plates unless the application for a certificate of title is accompanied by either a manufacturer's certificate of origin properly assigned by a licensed new motor vehicle dealer, a properly signed certificate of title or a title transfer form.
B. The dealer, as the agent of the purchaser, shall forward the application for a certificate of title, the application for registration and the prescribed fees for both applications to the department.