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Once you have paid off your car loan, your lender should release the lien hold on your car. To complete a DMV title transfer and obtain a clear Louisiana title, submit the following to the OMV:
Vehicle Application (Form DPSMV 1799).
Your title certificate reflecting the lien release.
If the title does not reflect the lien release, get a letter from your lender—written on their letterhead—stating that the lien has been satisfied. The letter must also include the lienholder's:
A copy of your current registration.
Payment for the $26.50 lien release fee.
Once you have paid off your car loan, your lender should release the lien hold on your car. You will then be able to obtain a clear Louisiana title.
The following can be submitted by mail or in person at your nearest Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles location:
Payment for the $76.50 title and handling fee (check or money order).
Fees may vary. Make sure to check with your local OMV office for the most accurate fee information.
When writing a personal or company check, include the driver's license number of the responsible party.
Businesses may also write the federal employee identification number (EIN).
If you chose to mail in the information, you can send the letter to the LA OMV at:
Office of Motor Vehicles
P.O. Box 64886
Baton Rouge, LA 70896
7979 Independence Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
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