Form VTR-264, Repossessed Motor Vehicle Affidavit, is a legal document that is supposed to be used in Texas when a motor vehicle is being repossessed. The purpose of the affidavit is to collect information about the lienholder and the motor vehicle, and pass it to the county tax assessor-collector's office in order for them to make a record.
This form is supposed to be completed by the lienholder or an authorized agent of the lienholder. This affidavit was released by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles and was last revised on August 1, 2016. A fillable Texas Repo Affidavit is available for download below.
Generally, before submitting the affidavit, the filer (the lienholder or their agent) is supposed to attach applicable documents to it. The full list of attachments will depend on the method of repossession and on the circumstances of the situation. The Texas Reposition Affidavit contains notes that are supposed to help the filer to figure out which documents they will need.
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