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I recently paid of my vehicle loan. The lien holder is mailing me the lien release. However I am permanently leaving the state in a few days. I wont be here to receive the lien release. I also wont be here to visit the Arizona Motor Vehicle Department. I am selling this vehicle.(Having mom sell it for me, she gets a cut. :p) I am trying to avoid option 1. Option 1. Lien release gets delivered in the mail to my mom. Mom mails the lien release to me out of state. I mail the lien release, title registration form, and funds to the DMV Wait forever Mom gets title in the mail. Mom mails me the title. I get it notarized for sale. I mail the title back to mom and its ready to sell. This may take weeks and weeks. Is option number 2 a possibility. Option number 2. I goto the DMV and fill out a Power Of Attorney From. "http://mvd.azdot.gov/mvd/FormsandPub/viewPDF.asp?lngProductKey=1315&lngFormInfoKey=1315" I give the form to my mom as she will be the named attorney. I leave the state and my job is done. My mom recieves my lien release. My mom takes the lien release and power of attorney form to the DMV and receives the title in HER name. DONE! Is option number 2 possible? Would save a lot of wasted time, paper, and money... Thanks... Enti, your stupid. Why would i need a lien release if i already had the title. Duh i dont have the title. I need the lien release to get the title. If i had the title i wouldnt be asking this question.

Asked By: marcusthegladiator1 - 8/23/2012
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The lien release does not have to be signed. You are making a mountain out of a molehill. Sign the tile in the seller space, leave the title with Mom. Mom can give the lien release to the buyer along with the title when the sale is made.
Answered By: Entidtil - 8/24/2012
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