NO PROBLEM. IF the lender will let you sign the loan papers, you ARE responsible till death do you part. DONT DO IT. GIVE them a cheap PAID FOR CAR and let them SAVE to buy their own. Good Luck
You may be able to keep your name off of the title, but the bank will probably insist that your friend also sign the note.
Actually, financing a car for another person is called a straw purchase, and most, if not all finance companies will not allow it if they know it's a straw. In a few states, straw purchases are actually illegal. Before anyone mentions this: Co-signing is not the same as a straw purchase.
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.
It depends on the particular finance company, and possibly state law. Some finance companies will only allow people that are on the finance contract to be put on the title, but some will allow other names on the title.
Contact the finance company and get a lien release from them. With that lien release you can have them removed from the title. You cannot get the lien release unless you have paid the loan off in full.
Names on title appear as either (and) (or) if the title is and then both signatures are required. if it is or then only one signature is required to modify ownership of title.
You signed away those "rights" when the title was assigned into the name of the former friend. The only way to revert things back on the title, is for the former friend to "sign off" as owner and for you to "sign on" as buyer - then take the ownership document to your local Motor Vehicle office and have the title legally changed to your name.
Yes you can. You can be listed as a lien holder on the title. But ... be certain that the buyer re-registers the car in his/her name ... otherwise you may be held liable, as the registered owner, for accidents and traffic violations. Make sure that the new title issued has the buyers name only, as the registered owner. My son did this with a car he sold to a friend - until the car is paid off in full, the lien stays on the title.
Only if the title is in your name.
you have to go to the dmv and have the title transferred to his name.
Only if their name is on the title or by a court decree after suing the primary for not paying the loan.Only if their name is on the title or by a court decree after suing the primary for not paying the loan.Only if their name is on the title or by a court decree after suing the primary for not paying the loan.Only if their name is on the title or by a court decree after suing the primary for not paying the loan.
You have very few rights. You agreed to pay for a car that is not yours. Your name can only come off the contract IF the finance company agrees, and they have no reason to agree.
You can get a bill of sale, which only entitles you to possess it. You can't get it registered without the title. If you're buying a vehicle with "no title" or "lost title", you may have a car with a large lien from a bank or finance company on it.
Only if it is in a title or name of something such as Black Beauty. But if it is the name of a horse not in a movie or you do not mean the title then no.
If the title is in your name only, then the new buyer will not be able to put the title in his name. If it was repossessed, then the lienholder was able to sell it and the sale is valid.
No, only the person whose name is on the title have to sign it. So if your dads name is on the title he is the one who has to sign it.
You underline only the title of the work, not the author's name.
Is this a sports question or a language one? What about: My friend Cheri not only won a medal but also earned the title 'Athlete of the Games.' or more simply, but not as good: My friend Cheri won a medal and earned the title 'Athlete of the Games.'
That's loaded! The only way you can get the title in PA is to file for a lost title and then it will come back in persons that owned its name and need to be transferred from there. There is another way .... but very risky .... is that NJ has where you can get a title from there with tags with a bill of sale only (your friend make out a bill of sale) but if there a lean or was reported stolen then the po po's will come looking for you!
Infected is a title that you can only get by gettng knifed by someone who is wearing this title. I have it and it is not so hard to get. I just went into a free for all and this noob was only knifing and he had the Infected title on so i got knifed by hm and got the title infected. If you want it easier you can always boost for it. have your friend put the title on in a free for all and have him knife you. So HAPPY GETTING INFECTED hope it helped!!!!!!!!!!!!!. -thewoodking34 my name if you got PS3.
AnswerYou 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 my name
It does not matter who pays for the vehicle, or how. Really it boils down to who pays the tax's on the vehicle. If this is being purchased at a dealer just tell them your friend is going to be the ONLY title holder. (Be sure your friend is filling out any and all the paper work. Your name should not be on anything but the credit card receipt) If this is from an individual, again just be sure he assigns the title to your friend. He will then have to bring that paper work to the Tax assessor and register the vehicle IN HIS NAME. Goodluck.
You only underline a title of a book if it is part of the essay and not the title of the essay. Understand?
No, you do not underline the authors name only the book title.
Only if it directly precedes the name of the manager.