Chapter 8, Section Q:|
Titling Through a
Revised August 15, 2008
A Sheriff's Sale is a sale by a county
sheriff who has been
directed by the courts to dispose of property to satisfy a debt.
sale of the vehicle at public auction must be advertised before the
sheriff can conduct the sale.
- Certified Copy of
Court Order – A Writ of Execution issued by the court directing a county
sheriff to seize and sell the vehicle owner's property to satisfy a
- Sheriff’s Notice of Sale
A Sheriff's Notice of Sale is signed by the sheriff, or
other person appointed to conduct the sale. The notice states the title
of the cause in which judgment was obtained and the nature of the
action. It also indicates the date of the judgment and identifies the vehicle
and VIN. And it states whose property is
being sold, the amount of the judgment, accrued interest to the date of
sale, and the date, time and place of sale.
A Sheriff's Notice of Sale is published for four weeks immediately proceeding
the sale. it must be signed by the Sheriff and must certify that notice was given through publication in a
- Bill of Sale – issued by the Sheriff or the
- VIN Inspection
- Odometer Disclosure Statement
(motor vehicles, except off-highway vehicles) – Because the owner of
record is not signing the Odometer Disclosure Statement, the
odometer reading must be recorded as NM - not actual miles.
- NCIC check