The State of Alabama Department of Revenue, Motor Vehicle Division is responsible for the licensing of non-dealer designated agents manufactured home dealers. Designated agents are responsible for obtaining documentation and information to complete an application for a Certificate of Title, provide signed copies to the owners, submit application packets to the Department of Revenue, maintain records for a minimum 5 year period and follow-up on reject applications.
The Code of Alabama 1975, Sections 32-8-34 and 32-20-22, defines the non-dealer designated agent license requirements. Manufacturers that will also register manufactured house titles will need to be licensed as a designated agent to offer title services. Manufacturers that provide title services must follow state guidelines and obtain a surety bond to ensure that the title process is done in compliance of state laws.
The premium that you pay for Alabama Non-Dealer Designated Agent Manufactured Home Dealer Surety Bond is dependent on credit.
A separate application must be submitted for each branch or location.
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