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Old 01-08-2009, 08:50 PM   #1
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How to transfer title without 130-U Form?

I've been really busy the past few months. I haven't even had time to go back tot he original seller of the bike to get the 130-U form filled out so I can transfer the title. I have heard from some in the past this form isnt required if you transfer it elsewhere? If so, can someone tell me where I can go to get it transfered without the 130-U?
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A bill of sale stating the required info can substitute the 130-U. You did get at least a bill of sale when you purchased the bike, right? The 130-U is basically a glorified bill of sale in an easy to understand layout.
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i have always had to have a 130-u regardless of a bill of sale or not.
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i have always had to have a 130-u regardless of a bill of sale or not.
Texas law literally states, "a bill of sale can substitute a 130-u if it has the following: ,,xx"

That being said, I've been turned down at the tax office with just a bill of sale before, I went home printed the law and went back.
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yeah sounds like a good idea to print it off, as I also have been refused a transfer without the 130-u. Thats why I never mess with a bill of sale and jsut carry the 130-u with me instead when I go to buy a vehicle..
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