A car title is a document that establishes ownership of a vehicle. An apostille is a formal certification of a public document, typically used when one country needs to recognize a document issued by another country.
If you are looking to register a car in a foreign country, you may be required to have the car title apostilled. An apostille is a form of authentication used for documents that are going to be used in a country that is part of the Apostille Convention. The Apostille Convention is an international treaty that establishes simplified procedures for authenticating documents for use in signatory countries. An Apostille can be obtained from the Secretary of State's office. You can apostille documents such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce decrees, death certificates, adoption papers, school transcripts, and any other public document that has been notarized by a state official.
In order to get an apostille for a car title in Maine, you need to get a notarized copy of the car title from the Secretary of State's office. Once you have the notarized copy of the car title, you need to take it to the Maine Bureau of Corporations, which is located in Augusta. The Bureau of Corporations will issue an apostille for the car title.
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