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How do I apply for a replacement title?

The titled owner(s) or recorded lienholder can apply for a replacement title online by using the Public Title Portal. Once the title application is complete, it can be electronically uploaded and submitted for payment. The application fee is $15.00 and is non-refundable. The electronic application must be submitted to ADOR for processing and review.

In addition, an application for replacement title can be processed by any designated agent.

The titled owner(s) or recorded lienholder can apply for a replacement title online by using the Public Title Portal. Once the title application is complete, it can be electronically uploaded and submitted for payment. The application fee is $15.00 and is non-refundable. The electronic application must be submitted to ADOR for processing and review. In addition, an application for replacement title can be processed by any designated agent.
Related FAQs in Title Applications, Titles
Yes. The owner name(s) on the title application must be identical to the owner name(s) in the assignment of the MSO, title or any other supporting document. This includes suffixes (Jr., III, etc.). If there is a variance in the owner’s name between the application and the assignment an affidavit attesting to the variance in the name may be provided.
If there is joint-ownership and the names are joined by “or”, only one owner is required to sign the title application. If there is joint-ownership and the names are joined by “and”, then both owners are required to sign the title application.
No, a bill of sale is not required to be provided for a leased vehicle.
Yes, a physical address located in Alabama must be provided for the owner on the application. A P.O. Box address may be provided for the special mailing address if there is no lienholder listed on the title application.
No, the state of Alabama does not require the assignment of an MSO or title to be notarized.
Yes, the lienholder’s name on the title application must agree exactly with the lienholder’s name provided on the back of the MSO or title.