The last titled owner(s) of record must sign an application for duplicate title. If jointly owned with owner names connected by “and” both must sign, if connected by “or” either may sign. If a lien has been recorded and is still in effect, the lien holder may complete and sign a Permission to Issue a Replacement Title form, # 10-315, and the title will be mailed to the lien holder. If the customer states that a recorded lien has been released, a lien release is required, in which case a notification will be sent to lien holder informing them that they have ten (10) business days to respond if the lien release is not valid. If the lien holder does not respond within ten (10) business days, the title will be printed and provided to the owner. If the lien holder responds that the lien release is not valid, the duplicate title will be mailed to the lien holder. In addition to the above requirements, the applicant will need something to identify the vehicle, such as a vehicle registration certificate, a license plate number, a title number or the vehicle identification number. The cost for a replacement title is $10.00. Checks should be made payable to the Department of Finance and Administration.