That would depend on the repossession laws of your state of residency. Or if different, the state where the loan was procured for the vehicle.
Not as long as you continue to make payments on it.
Not legally, as the legal age of majority for the state is 18.
Is a verbal agreement legally binding in the state of California RE: Electrical work completed for a friend.
what form is available to use for making payments for state taxes when you owe.
Laws governing property differ from state to state. In general, however, you don't automatically own her car by paying off the loan. You would probably need to have made an agreement with the friend, verbally or better, in writing, at the time of the loan or at the point you began making the payments. If you didn't do that, you are probably out of luck. You can sue the friend for the amount of the payments you made or you can sue your friend for the car; I hope you have documentation of those payments, you will need something to show the payments you made.
If a particular state did allow both, they generally would offset the state's by the private compensation each week it was drawn.
Legally if you miss 1 payment you are delinquent and they can start repossession proceedings on their vehicle.
Eventually they may. I hope you intend on making those payments.
Hello, As per the information I have..... In Texas, you can only be garnished for state taxes, not for private debt. :) Thanks! This is not legal advice, just a friend helping another :)
No, a person cannot make moonshine legally in Alabama. Alabama state law forbids the making or distilling of moonshine whiskey. The state of Alabama has created a special task force to stop the illegal making of moonshine.
If you stop making payments, the loan is in default. Loans in default get repoed. Loans in default that are out of state get repoed. Cars dont fall off the face of the earth. You will not get arrested by the police or stopped by the police.THis is a civil matter not a criminal one.
A friend can not legally marry a couple in any state of the United States including Colorado. To get legally married, you need an ordained minister of a church or a justice of the peace.
Which ever state the driver lives in. But more important, the friend needs to have the car titled in his name. I sell cars, and have for 15 years. I can't tell you how many times I've seen people's credit ruined by trusting someone else to make their payments. Guess who is responsible for late payments or a repo? Not to mention the friend being in a car accident and someone gets hurt. Get your friend to get his own finance company and sell the vehicle outright.
Real answerIf you have not been making your payments and leave the state to avoid having to make your payments or surrender the car then this is called fraud and yes you can go to jail.
Some of the refund amount could be taxable if you itemized deduction in the year and claimed the estimated tax payments as a part of your itemized deduction for that year.
If you possess the title, then you own it. If you've been making the payments, you should know whether or not you've defaulted on them. If you haven't finished making the payments, the financier owns that vehicle.
Yes - the State may intercept tax refunds to collect the unpaid balance, even if you are making payments on that balance as agreed. see related links
Normally a criminal from one state can not legally hide out in another state.
I DO NOT KNOW WHAT STATE YOU ARE FROM OR WHAT ATTORNEY YOU HAD. I KNOW MY CAR WAS LISTED AND I MADE PAYMENTS... BUT I KNOW THAT IF I MISSED PAYMENTS, THEY WOULD TAKE MY CAR... SO,NO...IT IS ILLEGAL FOR THEM TO ASK YOU FOR ANY PAYMENTS AT ALL. HOPE IT HELPS?!
The state. You will be pursued to make child support payments to the state if it has been supporting your child.The state. You will be pursued to make child support payments to the state if it has been supporting your child.The state. You will be pursued to make child support payments to the state if it has been supporting your child.The state. You will be pursued to make child support payments to the state if it has been supporting your child.
By keeping your child support payments current - and by making sure the State knows that they're current!
The state treasurer
What form is neede to make payments to Maryland State ?