Can a parent take a childs car that the title is in their name and they pay the ins?
If the title is in the child's name, the child is the legal owner and the parent cannot take the car, regardless of who pays the insurance.
if your names on the title then no. if its like an xbox or something yes. even if you bought it unlessvyour moving or such.
It's not a legal title, it's when you are in a relationship and live with the biological parent and take upon yourself the role of a parent towards their children and it's accepted by the parent that you do so.
Can you take the possession of the car if you were the cosigner of a person who filed bankruptcy even if they have included the car in bankruptcy?
No, not unless your name is on the title. No, not unless your name is on the title. No, not unless your name is on the title. No, not unless your name is on the title.
Take the title (with the necessary fees and forms) down to the motor vehicle office and ask them to remove your name from the title.
For your ex to get the title to a car in his name, you would have had to sign the title as well. If this has already happened, you can try to persuade him to take his name off the title, but outside of this it would take a court to award the ownership of the car to you.
To my knowledge, yes his name will be on the title and he would have equal rights to the vehicle.
Take the title in to your DMV and show it to them, and get a new registration.
If the car is paid off and you have the Certificate of Title, your father must sign the certificate over to you then you take it to the DMV and apply for a new certificate in your own name.
Can a step parent take custody of a step child if the spouse dies and the real parent whereabouts are unknown?
yes, if the step parent name is assigned to the child.
If your sister is under 18 (a minor), regardless if her name is on the title or not, she is not considered legally "of age" - your/her father is her parent/guardian and can exercise his parental authority. Even if your sister is over 18, your father is still half owner of the car and does have property rights to at least half of it, and its value.
Take the car title and the persons involved to your local license plate office.
If someone bought you a car but your name is on the title and registration can they take the car away?
No. The title is the document that establishes ownership.
Based upon your states laws, most show the ownership of a vehicle through the title. If the title is in your name and does not state and joint ownership with another name then you have rights to take possesion of the car.
Registration of a vehicle should be listed in the name of the person who owns the vehicle, not the one who pays for it. If you have purchased a car from someone, you should transfer the title to your name. You can then take the title to the county tag office and register it in your name. If you do not transfer the title, the car remains the legal property of the prior owner.
What rights does a cosigner have if they have been making the payments and their name is on the title?
If your name is on the title, you can take the car. Just make sure he didn't re-titled it after the split.
No you can't. It doesn't belong to you. Even if you made all the payments on the car, it is not "legally" yours until or unless the title is in your name. But all you have to do is have the one who's name is on the title sign the back of it, relinguishing ownership of the vehicle. Then take it to the DMV and have the title switched over to your name.
How do I transfer a car title in my name when there is two different names on the title and one died?
You take the death certificate to the Dept. of Motor Vehicles and valid identification for you. You can have the decedents name removed from the title and it transferred into just your name, as long as your name is the other name already on the title. Otherwise if you would need the other person on the title go through this process and sign the vehicle over to you.
A title is a document that proves ownership of the vehicle. A vehicle cannot be legally registered and licensed. When you purchase a vehicle you receive the title from the seller. You take the title to the DMV, fill out the paperwork and you will receive a new title in your name and the name of any lien holders.
Can your father legally take back the car he purchased for you in full if registration and insurance was initally put under your name?
If the title is in his name, then I believe he can. Whomever s name is on the title is the owner of that vehicle. If it has both names with an "and" / "or" then you both own it equally and he can not take it back.
How do you take ownership of a vehicle that was inherited from a deceased parent and is still being financed by GMAC?
The vehicle will need to be refinanced with the lender after probate procedures have been completed. The new owner will then need contact the DMV in their state to obtain information on how to have a new title issued in their name.
car is in wifes and my name, she got a title loan unknowingly from the husband. She defaulted, can they take the car from the husband?
Take a copy of the death certificate to the local department of motor vehicles and they will get you on the right path to getting the title in your name.
You took a car and the Title was in the spouses name. If you are not a co-signer and your name is not on the Title he can take you to court as well for any damages or depreciation you made to the car. You can be arrested for theft. If you hold no legal ownership of the car, it is theft.
The legal owner must sign the Certificate of Title transferring ownership to you. You must take that Certificate of Title to the Department of Motor Vehicles and submit it so that a new Certificate of Title can be issued in your name.
No, you can't, since you have to give up your title or authorize them to put a lien against it, you can't take out a title loan if it isn't in your name.
If a husband and wife are separated and they both have cars can the wife take the husbands car legally?
It depends on whose names are on the title. If the title is in her name alone then she can take the car. If the title is in both names or in his name alone then she can't take the car. However, she should consult with her attorney before taking any such action especially if it deprives him of his ability to get to work.
Answer You can either sell it or give it away. Secondly, if you are a co-owner of the car, just go down to the DMV and have them remove you as owner and let the other person carry the title in their name. Hope this helps. both of our names are on the car title i just only want my name on the car title i payed it off i want the title only in… Read More
Yes. If his name is on the title then he is the legal owner.
You are obligated for paying the loan if you signed the mortgage. If your name was added to the title after the mortgage was granted then you received your interest subject to the mortgage. If it isn't paid the lender will take possession of the property by foreclosure. If your name was on the title prior to the mortgage and the lender didn't have you consent to the mortgage then the lender made a big… Read More
If you bought a car and the title and loan are in your name but you allowed a friend to take over and now the friend has stopped making payments can you take the vehicle back?
As long as the title and loan are in your name the car is yours. Any payments missed will effect your credit. Take the vehicle back, now.
If motor vehicle sends you a duplicate copy of title that's title is not in your name how do you re-title it in your name?
You must prove that it was sold to you and have the person named in the title sign it and the bill of sale. If the bike was salvaged you can take steps through your local DMV to have you renamed as the owner.
If your ex mother inlaw is a co signer on your title and she is on your title but on the title it states your name and then her name but in the middle it is or not and can she legally take your car?
she is a co owner of the vehicle. Who ever has the vehicle will need the other signature to sell it. in most states you can register the vehicle in either name or both.
I need to remove my finance company's name from title. I want my CA paper title to read my name only and not company name?
You need to take the release form and the title to the DMV. They will issue you a new title without the finance company on it. They will NOT do this until / unless you have the signed title and a release from the finance company / legal owner. The process costs only a few dollars.
If your husband left with a car that is only in your name and he will not return it can you take it back or repo it legally in Oregon?
IF the TITLE is in your name only, you can take it back OR report it stolen.
im just guessing - but you will probably have to take the death certificate to registrations and take that person off the title before you sell it.
No, that would be a breach of fiduciary duty. You can put it into a CD in their name.
What can you do if you got a divorce and the divorce papers say you are now the full owner of the van that has a loan in both of your names but the loan agency won't take his name off the title?
The loan agency can't take his name off of the title. The DMV can. The agency COULD take his name off of the loan, but they WON'T. They want to be able to collect from him if you don't make the payments.
If they have a key or their name is on the title then yes.
Contact your local DMV.
Use a spare key and take it. Or call a row truck and show them the title. They can tow it and make you a new key. Or take your title to the dealer and they can make you a key. The car is in your name, they have no rights without a bill of sale.
Can parents legally still take your car away when your name is on the title and the title is in your possession?
It depends if they pay for the expenses such as insurance, gas, repairs etc.
If the car was awarded to you in the divorce then you should present the order and the title to the DMV.
Definitely. Whoever possesses title owns car. Just take it in to dmv after owner signs off on it to register in your name.
Can you take the car you sold to a friend who has not finished paying for the car but is in her name?
As long as its in HER NAME on the TITLE, you better have a loan contract showing the car as collateral before you 'take" it.
Listen to Dave Brubeck's Take 5. The title is not a number; the title has a number. Look for a website, something like SONGTITLES dot com and like that.
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Can you take out a loan if you own the car and have the free and clear title and want to use the car as your collatoral?
You can you take out a loan if you own the car and have the free and clear title by going to a high-risk lender. This type of loan is called a title loan, and the lender will put his name on the title to your car until the money is repaid.
The how-to depends if there is a loan (lien) on the vehicle. If there is NOT . . . simply take both parties to the dept. of motor vehicles and apply for a new title in whatever name(s) you like. NOTE: The departing person must willingly sign off. If there is a loan, the person wishing to take sole responsibility for the vehicle (and the loan) must apply to be able to take over the… Read More
NO, a co-signor cant repo anything. IF your name is on the TITLE as co-owner, you can take possession. NO name on the title, all you can do is work with the lender and take care of it that way.
Take your divorce decree to your local DMV fill out the proper paper work and apply for a new title.