Sec. 2. A person that holds a lien on a vehicle, has repossessed the vehicle, and wants
to obtain a certificate of title for the vehicle in the person's name may obtain the
certificate of title from the bureau if:
(1) the person from whom the vehicle has been repossessed is shown by the records
of the bureau to be the last registered owner of the vehicle; and
(2) the person that holds the lien:
(A) has complied with this chapter; and
(B) establishes to the satisfaction of the bureau that the person is entitled to the
certificate of title.
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