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Old 03-15-2010, 08:12 AM   #1
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Bill of sale and out state title?

ok i've searched my little heart out, but came back with nothing.

a while back someone had posted a pretty good bill of sale document for buying a bike, did anyone happen to save it to their comp. or a link to it? if you do, please post it up here or pm me it.

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out of state title transfer. its a Louisiana title, how do i get it to be texas title, i.e whats the proper form and wtf do i have to do?

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You have to get a Texas Inspection before you can transfer to a Texas Title. All which cost money. If its for your track bike. It aint worth it IMO
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When you apply for a Texas Title you would have to register it in your name and pay Texas Taxes on it.
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well its definitely not gonna get inspected since its a track bike, no street trim. so there is no way to get the bike in my name?
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well its definitely not gonna get inspected since its a track bike, no street trim. so there is no way to get the bike in my name?
Anything you put in your name requires you to pay taxes
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If you decide to put it in your name make sure you get a "green sheet" with your inspection. You have to ask for this before they inspect it. You need to bring this to the tax office to have it registered and transferred.
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Anything you put in your name requires you to pay taxes
i had a truck i sold to a "dealer" friend of mine, who promptly resold it.
i find out the buyer didn't have a valid dl, and also let his gf use it. after repeated attempts to get the thing out of my name, i went to the court house (this was in galvez) i was able to give the name of the new purchaser to the courthouse and the title was put in his name. cost me $40.
(the chick working there told me i'm supposed to turn in all tags, but who's to say they weren't stolen [this is what she told me, exactly]
so the truck is in the guys name, and he didn't have to pay the rest of the note

edit: this may not work on a new vehicle, idk
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I ran across your thread while searching for info on out of state titles, hope this thread helps you with your case though:

http://www.motohouston.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=107725

If not, PM me your questions.
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You have to get a Texas Inspection before you can transfer to a Texas Title. All which cost money. If its for your track bike. It aint worth it IMO
I believe you have go to DPS to have it inspected. They will run all the numbers...
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going thru this right now. just bought a truck with LA tags.

went to the county tax office trying to switch the title into my name. they told me i have to pay to get it inspected and pay $1 extra for the green slip. and get the seller to sign the title and sign the application for texas transfer title (forgot the exact title of the form, but it is the form used to switch from out of state to tx). and pay taxes and a few fees. tax is 6.25% of the book value of the vehicle or the price you bought it for (which ever is higher). you can look up the book value and just say you paid book value for it, if you paid more than book value for it.

and that is pretty much it.
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I believe you have go to DPS to have it inspected. They will run all the numbers...
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and there is an exception if your not going to be using it on the road, you don't need a registration, nor do you need an inspection certificate however if you do not get it registered you better not get caught on the street. And you may be able to have DPS do the green sheet just for title transfer, check the new DMV website
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use this application

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