Rule §221.53 Casual Sales


Published: 2015

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(a) A license holder may not make more than five (5)
casual sales of salvage motor vehicles or non-repairable motor vehicles
during a calendar year to the same person.
(b) A license holder must maintain records of each
casual sale made during the previous 36 months, as provided by §221.72
of this title (relating to Record Retention). Such records must contain
the following information regarding each casual sale:
  (1) the complete name, address and phone number of
the purchaser;
  (2) a copy of one of the following current photo identification
documents for the purchaser:
    (A) driver's license, Department of Public Safety identification,
or state identification certificate issued by a state or territory
of the United States;
    (B) United States or foreign passport;
    (C) United States military identification card;
    (D) North Atlantic Treaty Organization identification
or identification issued under a Status of Forces Agreement; or
    (E) United States Department of Homeland Security,
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, or United States
Department of State Identification document; and
  (3) the year, make, model, color and vehicle identification
number for the salvage motor vehicle or non-repairable motor vehicle.
(c) A person that purchases a salvage motor vehicle
or a non-repairable motor vehicle through a casual sale may not sell
that salvage motor vehicle or non-repairable motor vehicle until the
salvage vehicle title, salvage record or title, non-repairable vehicle
title or non-repairable record of title, as applicable, is in the
person's name.


Source Note: The provisions of this §221.53 adopted to be effective December 9, 2015, 40 TexReg 8802