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Making an Affidavit of Correction
Everyone makes mistakes. You just don't want one on an official record. Use an Affidavit of Correction to correct inaccurate information on an official court or government record.
An Affidavit of Correction may be used to correct inaccurate information on an official court or government record. This includes:
Always check with the state agency that handles the records that you need corrected to determine the preferred or required process the agency wants you to follow to make the correction.
It's easy to make a customized Affidavit of Correction with Rocket Lawyer. Just select your state, click the Make Document button, complete a short interview, and you're done! Consider these questions before you start:
If you can't finish the document in one sitting, you can save your document and finish it later.
If you've made a mistake transferring title to a vehicle you've sold to another person, you may want to first check with the state agency that handles vehicle registration and title matters. If your state requires that you submit an Affidavit of Correction to correct the error and does not provide its own state-sanctioned form, you may want to confirm that you can submit your own Affidavit of Correction to correct the mistake.
The process for correcting a car title error will vary depending on your state. Most DMV offices have their own forms for correcting title errors or outdated title information. Check with your local DMV office to determine your next steps.