Alabama Abandoned Car Bill of Sale

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The Alabama abandoned vehicle bill of sale should be used under the following circumstances;

  • If an entity has towed a vehicle and ha contacted the owner(s) via Certified Mail may sell the vehicle within sixty (60) days
  • Notice of the time, date, and location of the sale must be publicized in the newspaper at least thirty (30) days before the sale with a full description of the vehicle.
  • Further written notice of the sale of the vehicle must be given to the owner(s) of the vehicle in reference to the time, date, and location of the auction.

How to Fill-in

  • Vehicle Description including; Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), Year, Make, and Model
  • Date Abandoned
  • Date of Sale
  • Location of Sale
  • Newspaper published dates as required by Statute Title 32, Chapter 13-4(b)
  • Name of Newspaper/Courthouse Posting
  • Date of First (1st) Publication
  • Date of Second (2nd) Publication
  • Attach original MVT 32-13R including Certified Mail sent Date
  • Sale Price of Abandoned Motor Vehicle
  • Amount of Repair
  • Towing Expenses
  • Storage Expenses
  • Other Expenses
  • Buyer’s Name and Address
  • Seller’s Signature and Address
  • All signatures must be notarized

Documents Required to Conduct the Sale

  • Outstanding Certificate of Title (if any)
  • Bill of Sale (Notarized)
  • Abandoned Motor Vehicle Record Request Response Statement
  • Original Certified Mail Return Receipt Forms
  • Payment of the Title Fee