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    It cleaned up really nice! He does look proud for sure!
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    Now for all the legal stuff. I've had the title all winter and we thought we'd getting it licensed yesterday and when I looked at the tile with 3 names signed to it .The son, Mom and Husband ( now deceased ) it I knew it wasn't gonna fly and I was right. I think this is how it went. The parents signed it to their son but he never licensed it in his name or the title transfered and then it got signed off to me. I gave the title back and they have to get all that straightened out before I can do anything. I wish I did this months ago, but the good news is I know the sellers well and the ladies at the DMV are very nice and sometimes bend the rules to make things easier for us.
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    I thought that .. shhhhtuff only happened to me?!?!? LOL.

    I hope it goes well for you, over this way um.. not so much. The DMV is like a black hole or to quote Thunderdome, 2 go in, 1 comes out! HAH!

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    Yeah, I hope it works out for you, too.

    Around here, they want every I dotted and every T crossed twice! When I got the title on my 46, I had a list of title requirements on Louisiana State letterhead from the DMV in Baton Rouge. I presented the list to the local tag office with the required documents. They said the list was wrong and refused to process my title papers! I had to take them to Baton Rouge where they were processed with no problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotrod46 View Post
    Yeah, I hope it works out for you, too.

    Around here, they want every I dotted and every T crossed twice! When I got the title on my 46, I had a list of title requirements on Louisiana State letterhead from the DMV in Baton Rouge. I presented the list to the local tag office with the required documents. They said the list was wrong and refused to process my title papers! I had to take them to Baton Rouge where they were processed with no problems.


    Bureaucrats, don't you just love them? That's a case of the right hand either not knowing what the left hand is doing or doesn't know that it exists. And the sad part is that they are government employees that think we work for them instead of the other way around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NTFDAY View Post
    Bureaucrats, don't you just love them? That's a case of the right hand either not knowing what the left hand is doing or doesn't know that it exists. And the sad part is that they are government employees that think we work for them instead of the other way around.
    Ain't that the truth!
    You sure dribbled a bib full there Ken!
    A democratic government should be: of the people. by the people, for the people.
    Employees of the government are 'civil servants', ie servants of the civilians in that they work for the good of the general population.
    Sadly that seems to have been forgotten.
    If it's any consolation to you though mate you lot don't have it on your own. It's universal throughout government departments the world over.

    (Please don't ask me how I know this; suffice to say that we're trying to build a new house/shed adjacent to a State Highway...sob!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnboy View Post
    Ain't that the truth!
    You sure dribbled a bib full there Ken!
    A democratic government should be: of the people. by the people, for the people.
    Employees of the government are 'civil servants', ie servants of the civilians in that they work for the good of the general population.
    Sadly that seems to have been forgotten.
    If it's any consolation to you though mate you lot don't have it on your own. It's universal throughout government departments the world over.

    (Please don't ask me how I know this; suffice to say that we're trying to build a new house/shed adjacent to a State Highway...sob!)


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    Quote Originally Posted by 53 Chevy5 View Post
    Now for all the legal stuff. I've had the title all winter and we thought we'd getting it licensed yesterday and when I looked at the tile with 3 names signed to it .The son, Mom and Husband ( now deceased ) it I knew it wasn't gonna fly and I was right. I think this is how it went. The parents signed it to their son but he never licensed it in his name or the title transfered and then it got signed off to me. I gave the title back and they have to get all that straightened out before I can do anything. I wish I did this months ago, but the good news is I know the sellers well and the ladies at the DMV are very nice and sometimes bend the rules to make things easier for us.
    That's a bad deal but at least they are still alive. All they have to do is go to their court house or licensing place and request a duplicate title. Make sure it gets signed right this time.

    I'm nervous now. I may need to go do mine...
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