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  1. Chief_919

    Issues with SF-97

    Sorry you took my response to you in the other thread and viewed it like this. The advice you were giving was contrary to what is legal in the state of NC, and had people followed it they would be unknowingly committing a crime. I don't expect you or anyone to be familiar with the laws in all...
  2. Chief_919

    Issues with SF-97

    Doesn't change things. NC law is that you must title a vehicle within 28 days of purchase/delivery. It takes far longer than that to get an SF-97. NC law also makes it a crime to misrepresent the date of purchase in order to avoid the above crime, so if the SF-97 is dated later than the actual...
  3. Chief_919

    Issues with SF-97

    Part of the problem is they are doing this in 50 different states and some territories, and every one has their own unique laws and procedures. And they are using one set of standard procedures for everyone. Its nothing unique to GP, this was an issue with legality back in the GL days too in NC...
  4. Chief_919

    Issues with SF-97

    I said it above but it bears repeating in its own post since the GP rep is giving this out as how to operate- if you are dating SF-97's other than the date of actual sale and representing that as the sale date that is a crime in NC, a class III misdemeanor, and using an SF-97 with a date later...
  5. Chief_919

    Issues with SF-97

    This problem will bring some pretty big problems for people in many states. Lets look at the potential problems this is causing in NC. You can find the total list of all applicable laws here: https://connect.ncdot.gov/business/dmv/dmv%20documents/nc%20title%20manual.pdf and here...
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