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heres the problem....
I found and old 14 ft. aluminum boa sitting and rotting away so i thought i would fix it up and make it my ducks boat. So i did and now that it good to go i need to get the tag for it becasue i will most likely be hunting on a few public spots this fall and there is no title. So what do i need to do to get a tag for that boat?
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Was there a serial no. on it or better yet a registration no. on the hull? If there are either of these you can find out who it was registered to and see if they will transfer the title to you.
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I did that...I had to fill out form, pay a little xtra for a new title, mailed it in, and recieved a new title in the mail. I believe that the form had a detachable piece that you keep until you get your title...seems like it took awhile to get it back and was around $80-$100. I picked up a form at the motor vehicle registration place. Id call ahead ta be sure
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Every state is different on the boat registration laws. Call the Motor vehicle reg outlets where you live as I think most states issue the title through them. If not, ask them who do you call to get it done.
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:withstupid: I had just about the same situation as you I found an old 12 ft aluminum boat, the owner couldn't find the title. As already mentioned above I followed the same procedure in getting a new title. For the most part it was pretty painless. Good luck!!
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