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    AR Replacing a Lost Title

    If you live in Arkansas and need to replace your title, you should first complete a title application form. The last titled owner will need to sign the form.

    If there's a lien on the title, you'll have to notify the lienholder. The lienholder will need to complete the Permission to Issue a Replacement Title form (Form 10-315). The title will then be mailed to the lienholder. If there's a direct lien on the vehicle, you'll need to have a letter of permission or a lien release from the lienholder.

    Your next step will be to go a revenue office and bring along all the necessary paperwork. Take something to identify the vehicle, such as the license plate number, registration card, or vehicle identification number (VIN). It'll cost $10.00 to replace the title, and checks should be made payable to the Department of Finance and Administration.

    Please allow at least two weeks to receive your title.

    If you need it sooner, you may apply in person for a rush title at:

    • Charles D. Ragland Taxpayer Services Center
    • Room 1040
    • 1900 West 7th
    • Little Rock, AR 72201

    It normally takes three to five business days to process a rush title.

    Out-of-State Residents

    Those living outside of Arkansas may request a replacement title by completing the title application. (You can also call 1-501-682-7076 to have the form mailed to you.) Fill in the address section that indicates where you'd like the title to be sent. Then, mail the form, any required lien releases, a copy of your registration, and payment for the $10.00 fee to:

    • Department of Finance and Administration
    • Special License Unit
    • P.O. Box 1272
    • Little Rock, AR 72201

    Checks should be made out to the Department of Finance and Administration.

    Please allow at least two weeks to receive your title.

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