In the state of washington, Whoevers name the vehicle is still under is liable for all the towing and storage charges, no matter if you sold the vehicle , it is your responsibility to report it sold 5 days from the date you sold it. On the other hand, if the new owner does not transfer the title, but its reported sold properly, then when ever the towing company runs the VIN# of the vehicle it will show its been reported sold with the information of the new owner and all charges would go to the new owner, otherwise you are liable for all the charges because its still under your name.
The title is in your name, so you hold all the rights.
If The Car Is In Your Name , You Are Liable !! Unless You Have Legal Proof You Sold It.
Depending on the value of the car, you might be able to sell just the title to someone. Very limited value in just a title.
No, You are not liable.
you are still liable to pay what you owe
i have a person who sold me a car under bankrupcty, and i need the title . gow can i tell if its still under or not?
The person or persons whose name is on the title must be the one who signs the title. In some states this signature must be notarized.
Generally, the person who's name the car is title in has to file for a lost title. There is a fee. You would need to contact the person who sold/gave you the vehicle.
Transferred on paper or on the legal Court records? When you sold the car you should have kept a signed copy of the transfer/bill of sale to the wreckee. If the title was transferred by your State Title Office and is on record there - you may be safe. Sometimes a buyer does not register the title and it and the tag are still in your name. Bend over please.
It will not be registered in your name. They sold it and will register it in the new owners name.
The person or company that repossed it.