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1. A lienholder may assign, absolutely or otherwise, his lien or encumbrance on the manufactured home to a person other than the owner without affecting the interest of the owner or the validity or effect of the lien or encumbrance, but any person without notice of the assignment is protected in dealing with the lienholder as the holder of the lien or encumbrance and the lienholder shall remain liable for any obligations as lienholder until the assignee is named as lienholder on the certificate of title.
2. An assignee under subsection 1 of this section may, but need not to perfect the assignment, have the certificate of title issued with the assignee named as lienholder, upon delivering to the director of revenue the certificate of title, an assignment by the lienholder named in the certificate of title, and the required fee in the form the director of revenue prescribes.
3. If the certificate of ownership is being electronically retained by the director of revenue, the original lienholder may mail or deliver a notice of assignment of a lien to the director in a form prescribed by the director. Upon receipt of notice of assignment, the director shall update the electronic certificate of ownership to reflect the assignment of the lien and lienholder.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Missouri Revised Statutes Title XLI. Codes and Standards § 700.365. Assignment of lien or encumbrance by lienholder, rights and obligations--perfection by assignee, how - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mo/title-xli-codes-and-standards/mo-rev-st-700-365/
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