Probably, some companies only require that you have care custody and control of the vehicle in order to be the named insured. Other companies require that you be the registered owner. The problem that arises is that the finance company usually wants to have the evidence of insurance be in the name of the person responsible for the loan. If you are the named insured but not the name on the loan then the loan company may require that the person on the loan also be on the insurance policy as a named insured. The best way to do this is to have the person that owns the car get the insurance and list you the driver as the principle operator.
Then you have not got a ticket. Unless you were being fraudulent
In most areas someone (purchaser/seller) has to sign the ownership to complete the sale
Go to your page or someone elses- then look under their suite area to the right. There's the guestbook
Whether a contractor can work under another's business license depends on the type of business license. If someone has a corporation then they can have a lot of businesses under their license.
Connecting your iPod to iTunes and doing a factory reset will allow you to register it under someone elses name.
Whether you downloaded imvu on your account or someone elses account, it's still IMVU. You can log on it either way.
It is never recommended to have someone elses using your vehicle on daily basis under your name. save yourself some trouble.
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You ask them. If they wan to tell you they will. Otherwise it's confidential information protected under State and Federal privacy Laws.
No. Legally, since it doesn't fall under the fair use exception, you would need to seek permission to use someone elses material.
in someone elses ds or under your bed,in the basement in your dresser, on top of the fridge or even some where you would never look in like the bathroom or at school
you can if your daughter is younger than 18 years. but they cant sell you an insurance if it is not under your name. you have to be able to have someone to insure.
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You must have an insurable interest to effect valid coverage. Property must be insured in the name of the owner. So if you want to buy someone else a policy for their property you can certainly pay the bill for some else's property insurance but you can not insure it in your own name. If you insured someone else's home in any name other than the legal property owner and it burned down or suffered some other loss, the Insurance company can not legally pay your claim simply because the property does not belong to you. They would also not have to pay the owner because he or she was not an insured on the policy. The proper way to insure it would be under the name of the legal owner, If you also have an insurable interest in the property, then your name can be added as a co-insured. Should a claim arise, the claim check would be issued under both names.
As long as you continue to make the payments, they would have no reason the instigate a repossession. When a vehicle is financed or leased, the creditor has an interest in the vehicle and rights under the contract you signed. If you are in default of the contract either by default in payment or otherwise (failure to insure or other terms) the vehicle can be repossessed.
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Yes most insurance company never ask for the title. there are Insurance company's on the web that will insure you and the vehicle weather you own it or not.
You commit an infringement under copyright law any time you use, without permission, someone elses protected work, providing that your useage does not qualify as "fair use" or another exception under current copyright law (i.e. right of first sale, etc)
Call an insurance company. You can insure anything if you can prove it is yours.
Sure. But if he dies under mysterious circumstances, you instantly become the #1 suspect.
Yes of course, they are required to insure it in their name if they are buying the vehicle by financed note. The buyer is the new owner of the vehicle. All drivers are required to maintain financial Responsibility when operating a vehicle on public roads. The financiers interest is typically covered also by requiring the buyer list them as a lienholder on the policy. This requirement is generally built into the finance agreement There are also separate business insurance product lines that will cover a lienholders interest in a financed vehicle. The financier trying to insure the vehicle on a standard personal auto policy is an attempt to circumvent the insurance laws and constitutes insurance fraud by failing to disclose the true nature of the the risk to the insurer. Under finance law, the buyer is the legal owner of the vehicle even theough the note is not paid off with certain encumbrances denoted in the finance agreement. The financier is a lienholder in due course until such time as the finance note has been satisfied.
In the U.S. there are very few circumstances when someone can take out a policy on someone other than themselves, a few examples are: A parent or guardian can insure a child who is under 18 If you have power of attorney over someone (i.e.- a handicapped sibling) you can take out insurance on them. A good rule of thumb is that if YOU personally would experience a financial loss as a result of a persons death (if you would be responsible for burying them) and they are not legally able to take out insurance on themselves, you can insure them.
What a question this is about the amount of time that you would spend in prison for filing a 1040 federal income tax return under someone else's name. A taxpayer sentenced to ten years in federal prison following his conviction in June for the preparation and presentation of false and fraudulent income tax returns.