Transferring title with old notary

RobbyD

Active Member
Long story short. I bought a parts bike. Found a titled frame and swapped everything over. Titled frame is a Ohio title that was notarized back in 2008. I'm in ky and was going to transfer it tomorrow.

Top of the title is not filled out in the buyers section yet. I don't know if I should yet. Seems kind of off signing a title and dating it 2016 when it was notarized for the sellers section in 08

Not sure what to do here. Obviously dude I got the titled frame from didn't transfer to his name.
 

DohcBikes

Fuck You.
Do not put pen to paper until you know what the dmv wants. Thers a million ways to screw yourself and probably only one way to get the title transfered. Dont ask us we dont work at the dmv.
 

RobbyD

Active Member
"Don't ask us we don't work at the dmv"???


I thought this was a section for advice on shit like this.

Was just seeing if anyone ran into a similar situation.... Dick...
 

DohcBikes

Fuck You.
RobbyD said:
"Don't ask us we don't work at the dmv"???


I thought this was a section for advice on shit like this.

Was just seeing if anyone ran into a similar situation.... Dick...
Would you like an autograph?
 

DohcBikes

Fuck You.
Yes thats out of character for me but don't call me a name and expect nothing to happen idiot.

Soorrrry mods :)
 

VonYinzer

Over 10,000 Posts
Anyhow...

You need to ask the notary/DMV what your state requires. In PA they follow the law of the state from which the totle originated. For example, Ohio requires a stamped and notarized sig from the seller and notary. Without both the title CANNOT be transferred to PA. But, in MD those things aren't needed so you can transfer with just a seller signature.

Ar the end of the day, your state/county laws dictate what is asked of you. Check with the person who'll be filing the request for the right action.
 

RobbyD

Active Member
Yeah your advice seemed legit until you ended it like an asshole

It is what it is. This is a section where people are asking all kinds of title questions. Why you feel the need to be an ass after giving some decent advice blows me away.
 

RobbyD

Active Member
I called my clerks office here and they said it shouldn't be a problem

I was just askin for advice so I didn't show up there w/o a clue what was going on
 

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RobbyD

Active Member
For anyone that runs into this in ky, all you have to do is pay taxes on the accessed value of the bike for prior years which was practically nothing.

Got it transferred an hour ago.
 

DohcBikes

Fuck You.
RobbyD said:
For anyone that runs into this in ky, all you have to do is pay taxes on the accessed value of the bike for prior years which was practically nothing.

Got it transferred an hour ago.
Way to go, asshole ;D
 

DohcBikes

Fuck You.
Funny story?

About 7 years back I and another young local contractor got together and made a crew of top notch guys to knock out some of the higher end projects we had been holding off on. We had a crew of five and we called ourselves 'The Richards' because we all have a tendency to be very 'richard-esque' when explaining things to other people. I'm not sure about wherever ya'll are from from we are a multi colored type of group around here and we had 3 white guys one black guy and one brown guy. Damon, Scott, Landon, Joseph, and Brian were known for a long time as Dick, Richard, Ritchie, Ricky, and Ricardo.

Obviously I was the Dick.
 

NiftyHalden

MG fanatic working on a twin.
RobbyD said:
High five lol

No hard feelings, it's the internet.

As much as I don't want to be the ass-hat reviving a dead thread, this is one of the single best post I've ever read on a car/motorcycle forum. Ever.
Also, you followed up and closed the question, so thanks, RobbyD.
 

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