New Jersey Motor Vehicle (MVC) Power of Attorney

New Jersey Motor Vehicle (MVC) Power of Attorney

Last updated October 29th, 2021

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The New Jersey motor vehicle (MVC) power of attorney is executed by an individual (the “principal”) to authorize another person (the “agent”) to perform vehicle-related acts on their behalf. To complete the form, the principal must provide their name, address, and Social Security number (SSN), and the agent’s name and address. The vehicle’s year, make, model, identification number, and current odometer reading are also required.

The agent will be given the limited power to represent the principal in matters pertaining to the vehicle in question, including registration, licensing, transfer of ownership, and titling. The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) processes all applications for registration and titling, which can be acquired and submitted at the nearest vehicle center by appointment. The principal may cancel the arrangement at any time by issuing a written revocation.

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