Whoever's name is signed on the loan paperwork is the one liable.
If it isn't in your name it shouldn't be.
As the registered owner you can be held responsible and financially liable for the actions of the drivers you allow to operate your vehicle. It would therefore be advisable to maintain your auto insurance.
NO, if she cannot get the financeing she cannot be held liable. If you sign the paperwork you assume ALLliabilty.
Yes, if your spouse had your permission to open the account.
It is the insured that is liable not the loan signers. Although if you live under your parents roof and are legally dependant then they could be sued but it is highly unlikely that they would be held accountable. Anyone can be sued for anything in this country but it is the courts that determine the success or failure of the suit. Tell Dad that You are the defendant in a suit not Him. Y-THINK-Y
If she opens an account with her first and your last name, you would not be liable. If she opens an account with your first and last name, you may be liable, especially if she uses your SS#. If you have reason to believe this has happened, contact the bank and report the fraud.
IF your name was NOT on the contract, you're NOT responsible for it. If it was , you are.
Yes, he is still a minor and as such you may be held liable for his actions.
Whose name is the phone in?
You have to be 16 for a car to be titled in your name.
no you can't Its not in your name so you can't get insurance from a car that is not titled in your name
Title holder is always liable.
Yes, Tash, you can. Now please pay me what you owe me, or get sued. Your choice.
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If your name is on the loan for the repossessed car, you are probably liable for its payment. If, however, during your divorce proceedings, you pro-actively removed your name from this loan, you may be able to present that proof to the lender, so that you are not pursued for the amount owed. Be aware, however, that WikiAnswers' answers are provided by volunteers, and not by attorneys. You are best advised to seek legal counsel to clear your name.
Keyword here is "Co-applicant" ... Both of you are equally responsible and liable for the debt. If your name is not listed on the mortgage deed, then there would be little recourse in coming after you for the amount owed.
No, because you have your own separate credit report.
Under Florida law a spouse cannot be held liable for debt repayment if the debt was not jointly incurred. The issue concerning the second card holder will need to be taken up with the creditor. If the couple were still legally married at the time, the creditor will probably accept the spouse's right to use the account. In which case the account holder will be held liable for all charges pertaining to the account in question.
Getting a devorce and house is facing forclosure but my name is not on deed. Am I liable.
You can have it insured in your name, You can have it titled in your name as lienholder and have it registered to another party
NAME OF OWNER
No, Ohio is not a community property state, therefore debts solely incurred by one spouse are not the responsibility of the other.