Denver Motor Vehicle Branches Close
To protect the health and safety of our community and to help limit the spread of COVID-19, Denver’s motor vehicle branches will be closed to the public beginning Monday, March 16 and lasting until further notice.
Filing a lien is a process that involves using a motor vehicle title for collateral. Lienholders may be companies or individuals whom an applicant owes money, and where the title will be held by the lienholder until the debt has been paid in full.
Lienholders should submit the following documentation according to the instructions below:
Make checks payable to Denver Manager of Finance.
2855 Tremont Place
Denver, CO 80205
Acceptable copies of the security agreement include the original or carbon copy. All copies must be certified as a true and exact copy of the original “pursuant to C.R.S. 12-55-110”. This statute gives the notary the power to certify without having witnessed the original signatures.
A properly assigned title or M.S.O. is accompanied by an application for title (DR 2395), chattel mortgage/security agreement and sales tax receipts, are sent with filing fees. When all processing has been completed, customers will receive a post card notifying them that their paperwork is done.
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Denver County Motor Vehicle Offices Do Not Provide Driver's License Services.
Driver's licenses, ID cards, and driving records may be obtained at state offices only.
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