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State of Illinois 94th General Assembly: HB0039

94TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
State of Illinois
2005 and 2006
HB0039

Introduced 12/15/2004, by Rep. Timothy L. Schmitz

SYNOPSIS AS INTRODUCED:

625 ILCS 5/3-104    from Ch. 95 1/2, par. 3-104

 Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code. Provides that an application for a certificate of title must include the vehicle's color at the time of acquisition.

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A BILL FOR

HB0039        LRB094 03635 DRH 33640 b

AN ACT in relation to vehicles.

Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly:

 Section 5. The Illinois Vehicle Code is amended by changing 5Section 3-104 as follows:

    (625 ILCS 5/3-104)  (from Ch. 95 1/2, par. 3-104)
    Sec. 3-104. Application for certificate of title.
    (a) The application for a certificate of title for a 9vehicle in this State must be made by the owner to the 10Secretary of State on the form prescribed and must contain:
    1. The name, Illinois residence and mail address of the owner;
    2. A description of the vehicle including, so far as the following data exists: Its make, year-model, color at the time of acquisition, identifying number, type of body, whether new or used, as to house trailers as defined in Section 1-128 of this Code, the square footage of the house trailer based upon the outside dimensions of the house trailer excluding the length of the tongue and hitch, and, as to vehicles of the second division, whether for-hire, not-for-hire, or both for-hire and not-for-hire;
    3. The date of purchase by applicant and, if applicable, the name and address of the person from whom the vehicle was acquired and the names and addresses of any lienholders in the order of their priority and signatures of owners;
    4. The current odometer reading at the time of transfer and that the stated odometer reading is one of the following: actual mileage, not the actual mileage or mileage is in excess of its mechanical limits; and
    5. Any further information the Secretary of State reasonably requires to identify the vehicle and to enable him to determine whether the owner is entitled to a certificate of title and the existence or nonexistence of security interests in the vehicle.
    (b) If the application refers to a vehicle purchased from a dealer, it must also be signed by the dealer as well as the owner, and the dealer must promptly mail or deliver the application and required documents to the Secretary of State.
    (c) If the application refers to a vehicle last previously registered in another State or country, the application must contain or be accompanied by:
    1. Any certified document of ownership so recognized and issued by the other State or country and acceptable to the Secretary of State, and
    2. Any other information and documents the Secretary of State reasonably requires to establish the ownership of the vehicle and the existence or nonexistence of security interests in it.
    (d) If the application refers to a new vehicle it must be accompanied by the Manufacturer's Statement of Origin, or other documents as required and acceptable by the Secretary of State, with such assignments as may be necessary to show title in the applicant.
    (e) If an application refers to a vehicle rebuilt from a vehicle previously salvaged, that application shall comply with the provisions set forth in Sections 3-302 through 3-304 of this Code.
    (f) An application for a certificate of title for any vehicle, whether purchased in Illinois or outside Illinois, and even if previously registered in another State, must be accompanied by either an exemption determination from the Department of Revenue showing that no tax imposed pursuant to the Use Tax Act or the vehicle use tax imposed by Section 3-1001 of the Illinois Vehicle Code is owed by anyone with respect to that vehicle, or a receipt from the Department of Revenue showing that any tax so imposed has been paid. An application for a certificate of title for any vehiclepurchased outside Illinois, even if previously registered in another state, must be accompanied by either an exemption determination from the Department of Revenue showing that no tax imposed pursuant to the Municipal Use Tax Act or the County Use Tax Act is owed by anyone with respect to that vehicle, or a receipt from the Department of Revenue showing that any tax so imposed has been paid. In the absence of such a receipt for payment or determination of exemption from the Department, no certificate of title shall be issued to the applicant.
    If the proof of payment of the tax or of nonliability therefor is, after the issuance of the certificate of title and display certificate of title, found to be invalid, the Secretary of State shall revoke the certificate and require that the certificate of title and, when applicable, the display certificate of title be returned to him.
    (g) If the application refers to a vehicle not manufactured in accordance with federal safety and emission standards, the application must be accompanied by all documents required by federal governmental agencies to meet their standards before a vehicle is allowed to be issued title and registration.
    (h) If the application refers to a vehicle sold at public sale by a sheriff, it must be accompanied by the required fee and a bill of sale issued and signed by a sheriff. The bill of sale must identify the new owner's name and address, the year model, make and vehicle identification number of the vehicle, court order document number authorizing such sale, if applicable, and the name and address of any lienholders in order of priority, if applicable.
    (i) If the application refers to a vehicle for which a court of law determined the ownership, it must be accompanied with a certified copy of such court order and the required fee. The court order must indicate the new owner's name and address, the complete description of the vehicle, if known, the name and address of the lienholder, if any, and must be signed and dated by the judge issuing such order.
    (j) If the application refers to a vehicle sold at public auction pursuant to the Labor and Storage Lien (Small Amount) Act, it must be accompanied by an affidavit or affirmation furnished by the Secretary of State along with the documents described in the affidavit or affirmation and the required fee.
(Source: P.A. 90-212, eff. 1-1-98; 90-422, eff. 8-15-97; 690-655, eff. 7-30-98.)


Actions
DateChamberAction
December 15, 2004HousePrefiled with Clerk by Rep. Timothy L. Schmitz
January 12, 2005HouseFirst Reading
January 12, 2005HouseReferred to Rules Committee
January 26, 2005HouseAssigned to Executive Committee
February 2, 2005HouseMotion Filed Rep. Timothy L. Schmitz; Table House Bill 39 Pursuant to Rule 60(b)
February 3, 2005HouseMotion Prevailed
February 3, 2005HouseTabled By Sponsor Rep. Timothy L. Schmitz




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