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Can you sell a vehicle that is on hire purchase?


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2010-03-12 18:59:23
2010-03-12 18:59:23

Yes but only with prior permission of the lender.

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if you purchase a vehicle, and the title was signed over to you, you must title it at your local dmv before you can sell it, unless you are a licensed vehicle wholesaler or a dealer. If you are selling it, you do not have to register it, but you do have to title it.

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Online provides many different websites to help you with this to sell your vehicle and or purchase a new one. You would provide the make, model, and year of your vehicle and make an account.

You can list and purchase vehicles on Craigslist. You can browse the selection in your area, or put your vehicle up for sell.

Call an insurance agent and he will sell you a policy.

If you have already handed over the purchase amount to the seller and you do not have a purchase agreement or a bill of sale then you cannot title or register the car in your name. You may be able to get your money back or hire a lawyer to get it back. If you haven't paid for the vehicle then don't purchase it.

One advantage of hire process is that it allows low-income individuals to purchase items that would otherwise be out of their budget. Hire purchase is also known as installment plan.

If you want to purchase a fruehauf trailer, then you can go to any motor vehicle specialized retail service, and ask if they sell the trailer you are looking for.

If a company fails to make it's repayment under the hire purchase agreement then the loan providers can tale the goods bought under the hire purchase as settlement for the loan.

There are many ways one can sell a Chevrolet Cobalt automobile. If one is on the market to purchase a newer automobile, most dealerships allow an older vehicle to be traded to help with the purchase price.

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When wishing to hire a a car then the Budget website might be the place to hire one from. It is possible to enter a Budget hire Center and hire a vehicle in person, it is also possible to hire a vehicle on the internet by visiting the Budget website.

The verb to hire has the participle adjectives hiring and hired. For the noun hire, it can be used as a noun adjunct (hire car, hire purchase).

A car buying service is more of a broker who helps you purchase a vehicle. However, you can take your vehicle to a dealership or try Auto Trader to sell your vehicle easily.

Either pay off the lien and then sell the vehicle, or sell the vehicle and use the money to pay off the lien.

A man and van hire is a service where one can purchase a person along with a vehicle to help move, remove, or deliver a product. Usually, the person is able to assist with packing, heavy lifting, moving, and removal of the product; the person is also usually knowledgeable about the location they are for hire in.

I believe you can sell it if you are the beneficiary, or if you inherited the vehicle.

No; you will need to produce the vehicle on demand of the Court. However, it is possible to get permission from the Court to sell the vehicle.

There are several limitations of hire purchase business. The main limitation is that you do not have full ownership of the item until you clear the payments.

You can sell anything that another person is willing to purchase.You can sell anything that another person is willing to purchase.

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There are several advantages of hire purchase. Some of these include having the specific item that you want, and owning something you typically cannot afford.

Hire purchase is important because it gives a consumer with less financial ability,the privilege of owning goods with less money.

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