Did you Know?
That there are 2,339,986 vehicles registered in Nebraska.
Repossession Certificates of Title are issued to lienholders upon default of payment.
To obtain a Repossession title, the lienholder must submit the following documents to any County Treasurer (refer to the County Officials Listing to obtain contact information for title issuing sites in Nebraska):
In the event the lienholder cannot obtain the signature of the mortgagor:
*Please contact the designated County Official for information regarding acceptable methods of payment.
If a junior or subsequent lien exists on the vehicle, the first lienholder is required to notify any or all subsequent lienholders by certified mail, return receipt requested. This notification must advise of the first lienholder's intent to repossess the vehicle. The first lienholder and subsequent lienholder(s) should then work out an agreement whereby all parties with an existing lien can obtain whole or partial satisfaction of their liens.
Once an agreement has been reached between all lienholders noted on the title, the title should then be submitted to the County Official for issuance of a Repossession Certificate of Title.
If an agreement cannot be reached between all lienholders noted on the title, a court order compelling the County Official to issue a Repossession Certificate of Title will be required.
For information regarding Repossession plates, refer to Repossession License Plates .
(* Adobe Acrobat PDF document.)
Questions regarding Repossession Titles may be addressed to Email or by contacting this office at (402) 471-3918.
This page was last revised 8/14/2012