Only if they (the car dealership) DID NOT put that information on the Bill of Sale.
NO! Once you sign the papers, it is your car.
No, it is not a requirement in Texas that the bill of sale be notarized. Both the buyer and seller do need to sign it.
you went to a car dealership, didnt you? You DIDNT go to a casino. Did you sign a loan contract?? The B/K trustee and the manu. of the car will be looking for the car. Dont worry you wont have to pay TAXES on the gift of the car.
An affidavit of sale or bill of sale is a document that records a transaction. All parties involved in the transaction must sign this document.
In most areas someone (purchaser/seller) has to sign the ownership to complete the sale
Generally:If the owner didn't sign the bill of sale then you don't have any proof you purchased the boat. That means you have no proof of ownership. The legal owner, who in your case is the surviving joint tenant, must sign the bill of sale. In most jurisdictions you need a fully executed bill of sale to get a certificate of title and registration.
Well. the short answer is you don't sign a bill of sale until you look at the title. If it's a private party sale, probably not much you can do. Live and learn.
If you have a bill of sale showing you bought it ,, you may have to get a judge to persuade them
The plural of 'bill of sale' is 'bills of sale.'
The car dealership did not sign my contract, is it still binding?
Give the buyer a notarized bill of sale and state on the bill of sale that the title will be forwarded when received from the issueing entity (the state)