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Alabama Department of Revenue (ADOR) Administrative Rule 810-5-75-31.02 (6) states that “it shall be the responsibility of any party selling an abandoned motor vehicle to provide the purchaser of an abandoned motor vehicle with the original Abandoned Motor Vehicle Record Request Response statement (either certifying current records or certifying that the department has no records) received from the department in response to the Abandoned Motor Vehicle Record Request Form MVT32-13 submitted by the selling party”. Therefore, in accordance with ADOR Administrative Rule 810-5-75-31.02, any requests for abandoned motor vehicle record requests must be submitted by the selling party. The requesting party listed on the Abandoned Motor Vehicle Request Response forms must be listed as the seller on the corresponding title application whenever the vehicle is sold under the Alabama Abandoned Motor Vehicle Act.
Title Records are not available for trailers and manufactured homes more than 20 model years old or motor vehicles more than 35 model years old.
The user hereby requests the current owner and lienholder information for vehicle records maintained by the Alabama Department of Revenue in order to comply with the notification requirements of the Abandoned Motor Vehicle Act, Code of Alabama 1975, Title 32, Chapter 13. The user certifies that information received as a result of this request shall only be used to comply with the notification requirements of the Abandoned Motor Vehicle Act, Code of Alabama 1975, Title 32, Chapter 13, and that the information received shall be considered confidential under the federal Driver's Privacy Protection Act of 1994 (DPPA) (Title XXX of Public Law 103-322) as amended by Section 350 of Public Law 106-69. The federal Driver's Privacy Protection Act of 1994 (DPPA) (Title XXX of Public Law 103-322) as amended by Section 350 of Public Law 106-69 was enacted to protect the interest of individuals and their privacy by prohibiting the disclosure and use of personal information contained in motor vehicle registration and title records, except as authorized by such individuals or by law. Personal information is defined as "information that identifies a person, including an individual's social security number, name, address (but not the 5-digit zip code), telephone number, and medical or disability information."