Contact the bank. You can't sell it without the title.
The only way you can sell the car is if you sell it for enough money to pay the bank off to get the title to the new owner. If you sell it and keep the money that is a crime.
Technically, you would need to get title to it before you could sell it. If the bank will grant you "salvage" title, perhaps for a cut of the profits (or a dollar), you can fix it, sell it, and split the proceeds with the bank.
you need to have the buyer fill out the Bill of Sale, and get the money before the title is handed over.
If you haven't paid off the car, the bank technically owns it. Therefore you can not sell it.
the bank has tofile papers with dmv to see if it was done wrong and if so the dmv will void the original title and issue the bank another title with there name as lien holder then sell the car
For the bank to release the title, someone will have to make up the difference.
no,you should have title.
no you may not sell a car without a title if you want to sell a car you need a title
If they are not on the Certificate of Title you can sell the car. However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.If they are not on the Certificate of Title you can sell the car. However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.If they are not on the Certificate of Title you can sell the car. However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.If they are not on the Certificate of Title you can sell the car. However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.
Ask to see the title of the car... the seller must sign over the title to sell the car. The financing bank will hold the title until a loan is paid off, at which time the title transfers to the owner as proof the car is paid off.
If bothe names are on the title then no. If its just your name then yes. If the bank has the title then call them about it. In my experience its a huge pain in the ass to sell a car with a lien on it. Trust me. If it is a title and the other person signs off on it then yes. If you are trying to sell the car without the other named person whether it is a title or registration then no.
Of Course! That's what the bank/finance company does!
Contact the bank for the payoff amount. Send them that amount and they will send the title. You can then transfer the title to the new owner.
You can sell a car with no title but the consumer cannot register it without a title.
You can sell a car without a title. Most people will sell them as parts cars. If the car ever had a title in your name then you can go to the court house and get a lost title for it. If you never had the car in your name you will have to tell and buyers that it does not have a title. It will sell for less than if it had a title but you can still sell it.
Yes you must have a title to sell the car. If you do not have a title contact your local DMV for advise on how to get a title.
well if you have a clean title with no lien on it, then i say sell the car with that title there should be no problem what so ever. i need to know what happens if i sell a car with a lien on the title (auction car) but the lien does not pertain to me, can the car be successfully transferred to another person ? or what do i have to do to remove this lien ? email me - email@example.com
I know in MA that the title is considered a legal document. You are not allowed to sell a car without the title.
No, you can only replace a lost title. If the vehicle had a lien from the bank, a replacement title will still show the lien.
You can't sell it. You don't own it. The bank or loan company owns the car. You need their permission to sell the car and transfer title.
The bank should be listed as a lienholder on the title. If you sold it, the bank would have to be paid the amount you owe them from the proceeds. Otherwise, you could be inviting possible criminal and civil charges for selling an item that technically wasn't fully yours, not to mention, whoever you sell the car to may not be able to even get a title due to the existing lien.
yes you can sell a old car title. i collect them. please tell me what you have and how to reach you.
If you sell a car with a lien on it, which is a title pawn. You must pay the lien off before the car is clear and you can get the title back.
all you need to sell your car is your car title