Form TR-39, Vehicle Ownership Transfer Agreement is an official form used in the State of Kansas to provide buyers with temporary proof of purchase and permit to operate a described vehicle without an officially issued title or registration. Only licensed Kansas dealers have the right to offer buyers this form instead of providing them with the Kansas Certificate of Title or Manufacturer's Statement/Certificate of Origin immediately during a car transfer. The issuing department of Form TR-39 is the Kansas Department of Revenue. The document was last revised on August 1, 2015. Download the latest version of the Kansas Vehicle Ownership Transfer Agreement through the link provided below.
Another document that allows buyers to receive a temporary 60-day permit is Kansas Form TR-39A, Electronic Title Service Agreement. It is used when the seller has a lien or encumbrance on the described vehicle with the Electronic Title. In some cases, you need to use Form TR-312, Vehicle Bill of Sale during the car transfer as well. It is necessary in cases where the owner wishes to transfer ownership of antique cars (vehicles that are at least 35 years old) and as an additional document containing important information about the sale of a car.
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