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- Alabama Department of Revenue How do I correct an Alabama title or a title assignment? How do I correct an Alabama title or a title assignment? To correct an error on the face of an Alabama title, the owner or lienholder of record, must make application for a new certificate of title through a designated agent.How much is a certificate of title in Alabama?
The application fee is $15.00 and is non-refundable. The electronic application must be submitted to ADOR Where do I apply for an Alabama certificate of title? Applications for Alabama certificate of title must be made through a Designated Agent of the Department.What is an affidavit of Correction?
An affidavit of correction (or statement of fact) is submitted to fix incorrect records with the government or organization. This is common when a record has the wrong name or for spelling mistakes. The affidavit is recommended to be notarized and sent by express mail (unless electronic communication is available).How do I apply for a corrected title?
Designated agents must submit the Application for Corrected title, the current certificate of title, and a statement on letterhead that supports the corrections requested on the title application to the department for processing.