An electronic title in Nevada refers to the document/instrument that proves ownership of a motor vehicle, mobile home, or vessel in the exact same way that a paper title proves ownership. As of September 2015 the Nevada DMV transitioned to a Nevada ELT system that requires most lienholders to store and manage the liens placed on titles to vehicles, vessels and mobile homes electronically.
An electronic lien in Nevada refers to a lien on a vehicle, vessel, or mobile home that is stored in digital format on our secure servers. Prior to using the Nevada electronic lien and title system came about in September 2015, lienholder information was printed on the paper title.
An Electronic Lien Title, also referred to as ELT, refers to a title (to a motor vehicle, mobile home or vessel) that is stored electronically on our servers that also has a lien attached to it.
An ELT lienholder is a business that manages its liens electronically with the Nevada Electronic Lien and Title system.
A Nevada electronic title is a title that is stored electronically. An Electronic Lien Title is a title that is stored electronically that also has a lien attached to it.
Nevada ELT is our company name. Nevada Electronic Lien and Title is the name that the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles uses to refer to the regulation requiring businesses that finance vehicles in Nevada to store their liens and titles in electronic format. Nevada ELT serves the purpose of providing businesses with Nevada Electronic Lien and Title service.
ELT is an acronym for Electronic Lien and Title. Nevada ELT is the name of our business that provides businesses that finance vehicles in Nevada with the ability to store vehicle liens and vehicle titles electronically.
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