Can you repo a car when the lien has not been recorded with the DMV but you signed the title and filled out the lien holder section of the title?
Is it too late to record the lein??
Assuming the "owner" has not applied for a replacement title and had a lein recorded on the replacement title through the DMV, then yes.
How can you legally repo a vehicle you sold to a friend who has not made a payment but you signed the title over so they could get tags?
If the property is subject to a mortgage the mortgage must be paid off at the time of the sale of the property to a new owner. The holder of the mortgage must provide a signed release of the mortgage that can be recorded in the land records. The owner of the property signs the deed that transfers the property to the new owner. The new owner of the property signs the new mortgage.
A lien holder is the finance company, bank, or individual with whom you signed an agreement to borrow money using a particular asset, such as a car or real property, as collateral. You cannot sell that asset until the loan is paid. If you don't pay the loan, the lien holder can take possession of the property. For example: You signed a contract with a finance company when you purchased your car. The finance company…
Can a Virginia Notary notarize a document that is to be recorded in another state if the document is signed and notarized in Virginia?
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You need to check to see if there is an early termination clause in the contract to determine if it is possible to terminate the contract for a fee. Early termination fees are frequently found in cell phone contracts, gym memberships, leases and other types of long term contracts. If there is no early termination option you may be bound by the terms of the contract and should consult with an attorney about the possibility…
Usually at the bottom, there are two spaces, one for the marker (the person who marked the card) and one for the player (the person whose scores are recorded) If either or both of these is not filled in the player shall be disqualified, it is their responsibility to check the card is correct before handing it in.
A life estate is canceled by the death of the life estate holder or by a written instrument signed by the holder that surrenders their rights in the property. In Massachusetts the life estate holder signs a deed to release their rights. In cases where the original grant contained reversionary language and the conditions have been violated the life estate would be extinguished. In that case a written notice to that effect would need to…
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Will a credit card company remove your name from an account if you and your husband are separating and splitting the credit card debt and he is the primary card holder on both cards?
If they signed the mortgage they are responsible for paying it. Generally the holder of a life estate who wants a mortgage on the property must obtain the written consent of the remainders for the mortgage to be valid as against the real estate. The written consent is the same as cosigning the mortgage. If they signed the mortgage they are responsible for paying it. Generally the holder of a life estate who wants a…
If the judge was shown a death certificate for another holder, a change of name perhaps, a signed agreement from the involved parties. Sometimes the property disappears. This is what judges do. A signed agreement IS a signed agreement. No one can be thrown off a signed agreement unless another agreement exists (by those parties), a law has been violated that abrogates the agreement, or the conditions specified in the agreement have changed.