Form ITD 3405 Conditional Title Statement of Facts - Idaho

Form ITD3405 or the "Conditional Title Statement Of Facts" is a form issued by the Idaho Department of Transportation.

The form was last revised in August 1, 2017 and is available for digital filing. Download an up-to-date Form ITD3405 in PDF-format down below or look it up on the Idaho Department of Transportation Forms website.

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ITD 3405 (Rev. 08-17)
Conditional Title Statement of Facts
Supply # 019580463
Idaho Transportation Department
Applicant must complete this form in detail and present it to the county DMV office when applying for a Conditional Title. All
documents must be provided to show proof of ownership. Failure to comply will result in rejection of title application. See
Instructions on Page 2.
Model Year Make
Model
Body Style
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1) Date the Vehicle was Acquired
Purchase Price of Vehicle
2) Documents Supporting Ownership – Check all that apply
Title
Bill of Sale
Sales Contract
Invoices
Registration
Other
Note: If no proof of purchase is available for tax purposes, the tax will be assessed based on NADA Clean Retail value or an
appraisal from an Idaho Licensed Dealer
3) Describe how you came into possession of the vehicle
4) Indicate why the seller was not able to provide a title
5) Vehicle was Purchased in Idaho
If No, enter the state the vehicle was purchased in
Yes
No
6) Full Name of Person Purchased From
Address
City
State Zip Code
I understand that pursuant to Idaho code 49-502 (1) a title in the seller’s name is required for titling for all future vehicle
purchases. Please Initial
This statement is attached to and made a part of my application for Idaho Certificate of Title to the above-described
vehicle/vessel. I do hereby agree to warrant and defend said Title, and to not only save harmless and defend, regardless of
outcome, the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) from the expenses of and against all suits, actions, claims, losses, or
assertion of claims including costs, expenses and attorney fees to which the department may be subjected on account of
any defect in my Title to the vehicle/vessel in question, but also to pay any and all damages suffered by any person or entity
resulting from the issuance of this title by the Idaho Department of Transportation.
I certify that the above-described vehicle/vessel is free from all liens and encumbrances, except as set forth in my
application for Idaho Certificate of Title.
I further certify that under penalty of perjury pursuant to the law of the State of Idaho that the foregoing is true and correct,
and that the signature below is my true and legal signature.
Full Legal Name or Business Name - Printed
Owner’s Idaho Driver’s License Number or SSN / Business’s EIN
Owner’s or Business’s Physical Address
City
State
Zip Code
Owner / Business Representative’s Signature
Date
Daytime Phone Number
X
(
)
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ITD 3405 (Rev. 08-17)
Conditional Title Statement of Facts
Supply # 019580463
Idaho Transportation Department
Applicant must complete this form in detail and present it to the county DMV office when applying for a Conditional Title. All
documents must be provided to show proof of ownership. Failure to comply will result in rejection of title application. See
Instructions on Page 2.
Model Year Make
Model
Body Style
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
1) Date the Vehicle was Acquired
Purchase Price of Vehicle
2) Documents Supporting Ownership – Check all that apply
Title
Bill of Sale
Sales Contract
Invoices
Registration
Other
Note: If no proof of purchase is available for tax purposes, the tax will be assessed based on NADA Clean Retail value or an
appraisal from an Idaho Licensed Dealer
3) Describe how you came into possession of the vehicle
4) Indicate why the seller was not able to provide a title
5) Vehicle was Purchased in Idaho
If No, enter the state the vehicle was purchased in
Yes
No
6) Full Name of Person Purchased From
Address
City
State Zip Code
I understand that pursuant to Idaho code 49-502 (1) a title in the seller’s name is required for titling for all future vehicle
purchases. Please Initial
This statement is attached to and made a part of my application for Idaho Certificate of Title to the above-described
vehicle/vessel. I do hereby agree to warrant and defend said Title, and to not only save harmless and defend, regardless of
outcome, the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) from the expenses of and against all suits, actions, claims, losses, or
assertion of claims including costs, expenses and attorney fees to which the department may be subjected on account of
any defect in my Title to the vehicle/vessel in question, but also to pay any and all damages suffered by any person or entity
resulting from the issuance of this title by the Idaho Department of Transportation.
I certify that the above-described vehicle/vessel is free from all liens and encumbrances, except as set forth in my
application for Idaho Certificate of Title.
I further certify that under penalty of perjury pursuant to the law of the State of Idaho that the foregoing is true and correct,
and that the signature below is my true and legal signature.
Full Legal Name or Business Name - Printed
Owner’s Idaho Driver’s License Number or SSN / Business’s EIN
Owner’s or Business’s Physical Address
City
State
Zip Code
Owner / Business Representative’s Signature
Date
Daytime Phone Number
X
(
)
Page 1 of 2
Instructions
A Conditional Title may be applied for when all of the following are true:
Fees
 The vehicle is 10 or more years old
Title fee: $14.00
 The applicant cannot satisfy normal title document requirements
VIN Inspection: $5.00
 The applicant is an Idaho resident and the vehicle is in Idaho
Registration Fees, if applicable
 The vehicle is NOT abandoned or subject to a possessory lien sale
Procedure
Step One – Obtain a Motor Vehicle Record search in Idaho or the state where the vehicle is from. If the State of Record is
unknown check the website: www.vehiclehistory.gov. This site will tell you which state to contact for the owner and
lienholder information. If no record is found in any state proceed to step three.
Step Two – Attempt to contact the owners of record by certified mail with return receipt requested. Ask for
a release of interest
o
or
if you purchased the vehicle from the titled owner, a completed Duplicate Idaho Title Application With Ownership
o
Transfer form (ITD 3369), signed and notarized.
If you sent certified mail and received the envelope back, do not open it. If you received the signed green card showing the
letter was delivered, you must give the addressee 30 days to respond to your request. Retain the green card and/or
envelope. It will be required when titling the vehicle.
Step Three – If no bill of sale or proof of ownership including the purchase price is available, the vehicle must be appraised
by a licensed Idaho dealer. Tax must be paid on the purchase price, appraised value, or the clean NADA value. The VIN
inspection may also be completed by the Idaho dealer at this time using the form Vehicle Appraisal and Vehicle
Identification Number (VIN) Inspection (ITD 3404).
• Step Four – if a VIN inspection wasn’t obtained in Step Three, obtain a VIN inspection from any County Assessor’s DMV
office, an Idaho Law Enforcement Officer, or a licensed Idaho automobile dealer using the form Vehicle or Hull
Identification Number Inspection Certification (ITD 3403). If the VIN inspection cannot be completed by one of the above
listed agents, they may refer you to a Motor Vehicle Investigator.
Step Five - Complete the reverse side of this document entitled “Conditional Title Statement of Facts”. The applicant must
answer all the questions and sign the form. Incomplete or unsigned applications will be returned.
Step Six - To apply for a Conditional Title at your local County Assessor’s DMV office the following will need to be
presented:
Conditional Title Statement of Facts
o
Any available documents verifying ownership such as bills of sale, old titles, invoices or registrations
o
Vehicle appraisal (if no proof of ownership presented - see Step Three above)
o
VIN inspection(see Step Four above)
o
Motor Vehicle Record print out if a record was found.
o
Returned Certified mail envelopes or the signed green card
o
ITD Forms: The ITD forms referenced in these instructions can be found at
http://itd.idaho.gov/dmv/vehicleservices/vs.htm
under
Forms and Other Information and Vehicle Titling.
Other Circumstances: Some transactions may be more complicated and will not fit the standard criteria described above. In
these cases, the county or ITD may refer the transaction to a Motor Vehicle Investigator.
If a vehicle has been acquired as an abandoned vehicle or at a lien sale, the applicant is required to comply with the existing laws
concerning those processes. Under these circumstances, such vehicles are not eligible for a conditional title.
Conditional Titles may not be accepted in some states due to the title’s brand or “clouded” status. If other states do accept the
branded title, they may impose special requirements such as the posting of a surety bond.
Brand Expiration: The Conditional Title is branded with the statement "ISSUED ON STATEMENT OF APPLICANT, BRAND
EXP: MM/DD/YY" The brand expires 3 years from the date the Conditional Title is issued. At that time, if there are no pending
actions or claims that place legal ownership in question and the owner of record shown on the title is still an Idaho resident, the
owner may surrender the Conditional Title and apply for a clear title. The title fee must accompany the application.
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Instructions ITD 3405 (Rev. 08-17)

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