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Gifting a boat process? #13940783 03/29/21 06:54 PM
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My dad is gifting me his pontoon. He has signed the original titles for both the boat and the motor. (no trailer) I have the forms 144 and 143. He lives in Tyler and I'm in Dallas so we won't be able to go to the TPW office together. What do I do next??

Re: Gifting a boat process? [Re: rkd] #13965181 04/18/21 09:15 PM
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call your tax office and ask them what you need to do. I have called the office here in Collin Cty many times with these types of questions and they have always been helpful.


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I have spent the past 50 years spitting in their mouths...increasing the size of Texas fish with every spit!

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