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What is the difference in "OR" versus "AND" between co-owners on a mobile home title?
This answer has been viewed 1508 times and was last updated on 06/26/2017.
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Not a Manatee County resident?  Effective 7/24/17, Out-of-County residents needing to process title and/or registration transactions for vehicles, boats, and mobile homes can only be served at First Manatee South County Tag Agency, located at 5756 14th St W, Bradenton.

The conjunctions "OR" and "AND" determine who is required to sign the title when a mobile home is sold. If "OR", either of the co-owners can sign independently and without the other's knowledge. If "AND", both co-owners must sign. Regardless of the conjunction used, both owners are equal owners of the mobile home. (Note: Double-wide mobile homes will have 2 titles and triple-wide mobile homes will have 3 titles, all of which require sign-off when sold.)

 
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