Form TC-814 "Notice of Salvage Vehicle or Branded Title" - Utah

What Is Form TC-814?

This is a legal form that was released by the Utah State Tax Commission - a government authority operating within Utah. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on May 1, 2020;
  • The latest edition provided by the Utah State Tax Commission;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Quick to customize;
  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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Download Form TC-814 "Notice of Salvage Vehicle or Branded Title" - Utah

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Utah State Tax Commission
TC-814
Notice of Salvage Vehicle or Branded Title
Rev. 5/20
Get forms at tax.utah.gov/forms
Vehicle Information
Year
Make
Model
Body style
Color
Vehicle Identification number
Note: The following disclosure statement must be given by the seller to the buyer every time this vehicle is knowingly resold with a salvage
certificate or total loss history.
Disclosure Statement
Salvage or total loss vehicle – not for resale without disclosure.
Warning: This vehicle has a salvage or total loss history which may materially affect the value, safety, and/or condition of the vehicle.
Because of its condition the manufacturer’s warranty or service contract on this vehicle may be affected. This vehicle may not be safe for
operation unless properly repaired. Some states may require an inspection before this vehicle is registered. The state of Utah may require
this vehicle to be permanently branded as a rebuilt salvage vehicle. Other states may also permanently brand the certificate of title. You may
ask the seller of the vehicle to see a copy of the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) vehicle history report. You may
also independently obtain the report by checking NMVTIS online at vehiclehistory.gov.
Signature of purchaser
Date
Signature of lienholder
Date
If the seller is a dealer, this notice must be prominently displayed in the lower passenger-side corner of the windshield when the vehicle is
displayed or offered for sale (see Utah Code §§41-1a-1004 & 1005.3 and Utah Administrative Rule R873-22M-25).
Copies are to be provided to the purchaser, seller and lienholder.
Definitions
“Branded title” means a title certificate that is labeled:
(a) rebuilt and restored to operation;
(b) flooded and restored to operation; or
(c) not restored to operation.
(UC §41-1a-102(10))
“Salvage vehicle” means any vehicle:
(a) damaged by collision, flood, or other occurrence to the extent that the cost of repairing the vehicle for safe operation exceeds its
fair market value; or
(b) that has been declared a salvage vehicle by an insurer or other state or jurisdiction, but is not precluded from further registration
and titling.
(UC §41-1a-1001(8))
Clear form
Utah State Tax Commission
TC-814
Notice of Salvage Vehicle or Branded Title
Rev. 5/20
Get forms at tax.utah.gov/forms
Vehicle Information
Year
Make
Model
Body style
Color
Vehicle Identification number
Note: The following disclosure statement must be given by the seller to the buyer every time this vehicle is knowingly resold with a salvage
certificate or total loss history.
Disclosure Statement
Salvage or total loss vehicle – not for resale without disclosure.
Warning: This vehicle has a salvage or total loss history which may materially affect the value, safety, and/or condition of the vehicle.
Because of its condition the manufacturer’s warranty or service contract on this vehicle may be affected. This vehicle may not be safe for
operation unless properly repaired. Some states may require an inspection before this vehicle is registered. The state of Utah may require
this vehicle to be permanently branded as a rebuilt salvage vehicle. Other states may also permanently brand the certificate of title. You may
ask the seller of the vehicle to see a copy of the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) vehicle history report. You may
also independently obtain the report by checking NMVTIS online at vehiclehistory.gov.
Signature of purchaser
Date
Signature of lienholder
Date
If the seller is a dealer, this notice must be prominently displayed in the lower passenger-side corner of the windshield when the vehicle is
displayed or offered for sale (see Utah Code §§41-1a-1004 & 1005.3 and Utah Administrative Rule R873-22M-25).
Copies are to be provided to the purchaser, seller and lienholder.
Definitions
“Branded title” means a title certificate that is labeled:
(a) rebuilt and restored to operation;
(b) flooded and restored to operation; or
(c) not restored to operation.
(UC §41-1a-102(10))
“Salvage vehicle” means any vehicle:
(a) damaged by collision, flood, or other occurrence to the extent that the cost of repairing the vehicle for safe operation exceeds its
fair market value; or
(b) that has been declared a salvage vehicle by an insurer or other state or jurisdiction, but is not precluded from further registration
and titling.
(UC §41-1a-1001(8))