DMV: Transfer of Ownership of a Connecticut Vehicle from a Deceased Person

Transfer of Ownership of a Connecticut Vehicle
from a Deceased Person

Holiday Schedule: DMV customer service centers will close for the Memorial Day holiday on Friday, May 27 at 12:30 p.m. and reopen Tuesday, May 31 at 7:45 a.m.  
 
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If the vehicle is titled in the State of Connecticut, the Executor or Administrator of the estate must assign the Certificate of Title to the purchaser.

If the vehicle is registered in Connecticut but does not require a Certificate of Title, a Supplemental Assignment of Ownership (form Q-1) completed by the Administrator or Executor of the estate to the purchaser will be required as well as a copy of the most recent registration certificate.

original certified document of the probate document naming the Administrator or Executor of the estate will be required at the time the vehicle is being registered. Following is a list of acceptable probate court documents for this purpose:

  • PC-160 Decree
  • PC-212B Petitioner's Probate Certificate
  • PC-260 Decree Granting Administration of Probate Will
  • PC-264 or PC-264S Decree/Transfer of Personal Property Without Probate Proceedings
  • PC-450 Fiduciary's Probate Certificate

 

In those cases where the estate of the decedent falls within certain monetary limits, the court may authorize the transfer of the decedentís vehicle by issuing a Transfer of Personal Property without Probate Proceedings (form PC-264 or PC-264S).

In addition to the above, please see registration requirements to complete ownership transfer of the vehicle.





Content Last Modified on 9/17/2015 10:52:30 AM