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Are lienholders required to participate in Florida's Electronic Lien and Title (ELT) Program?
This answer has been viewed 1304 times and was last updated on 06/26/2017.
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Effective January 1, 2013, all businesses and individuals that finance vehicles and/or boats to be titled in Florida must be electronically connected to the Florida DHSMV in order to perfect their liens and receive titles electronically.

Any lenders not connected to the Florida DHSMV by January 1, 2013 risk rejection of their requests to record liens on Florida vehicle and boat titles.

For more information, visit the Florida DHSMV's website.

Questions or concerns?  Call (850) 617-2000 or email E-LienInfo@flhsmv.gov

 
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