On the back of the title there is a place to sign it and the person that is receiving the car signs it as well.
When selling you sign at the Owner or Release block. When buying sign at Purchaser.
Sign off on your part as the seller on the title itself just like you were selling it to anyone else.
the back, under Seller
The penalty for selling a car without a title varies from state to state. The main problem with buying a car without a title is that you have to have a title in order to register the car.
When the owner of a car signs the title, it becomes and open title, and the holder of the title is the owner of the car. When selling a vehicle, the owner should not sign the title until they have the money because if the buyer has possession of the open title and the vehicle, they can clam ownership.
You should sign the front of the title to prevent someone from forging your name on the back of the title. In Texas you are not required to sign the front however it is a good idea to do so.
These type of transaction is illegal since there was no car title that has to be presented in selling that car.
You cant sell the vehicle without titling it in your name first unless you are selling it to a salvage yard or for scrap metal. The person buying it wont be able to get a title for it if you dont title it first.
The other person needs to sign it over, selling his/her share of the car basically.
You need to sign off the back of the title and have your signature notarized.Then you give the title to the buyer with a lien release. You need to complete a sold notice online, or on the back of the vehicle registration. Then you can remove the license plate from the vehicle. Remember, the plate belongs to you.
Title for what? If it's for a car, and she has legal means to do so (power of attorney), she would sign the back under Seller and note P.A. after her signature.
He would have to sign off on the back of the title as the "Seller" and you would sign as the "Buyer." After that, take it to your local tag office to apply for a new title.
When you have been paid in full, and you have no liens on the title yourself (you have full title), then you can sign the back of your title. This gives title to the person you name on the back. When the person is paying you on time, then this is different--be sure to take the title down to DMV yourself with the buyer and change the title to his name BUT ALSO put a lien on the title. This means the person cannot sell or otherwise dispose of the car without paying you. Another benefit is that the car is no longer your responsibility to insure. Absolutely do not sign the title transferring ownership until you have cash in hand.
If you are the legal owner of a car, have it register, and have simply lost the title, you can apply for a replacement through your state DMV. If you are the legal owner of a car but do not have a title for it, you can sell the car with a bill of sale and the next owner can attempt to a quire a title for it. You will have difficulty selling the car for anything like it's actual value. If you are still paying for the car, and as such haven't gotten the title yet, you can not sell the car as you do not own it, the bank does. Selling a car you are still paying for is fraud as you are selling something that doesn't belong to you. If you do not own the car, but are trying to sell it this is also fraud as you are selling somethign that doesn't belong to you. if u own the car straight out & just trying 2 sell it - all u have to do is go to the department of lic. with the BUYER & sign a "release of interest" form, it has to be notorized so both u & the buyer have to sign it with a notary present - its easy !!!
Hopefully you did not sign the title over until it was to be paid for. If you did not sign over the title the car is legally yours. If you did, consult a lawyer.
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Yes, you can do that.
You cannot "sell" a car without the title because the title is proof of ownership. Without the title the buyer can't register and insure the car.
You make whatever deal you have to with the ex to get them to sign over their interest in the car. I hope the car is worth it. LOLOL
No, only the person whose name is on the title have to sign it. So if your dads name is on the title he is the one who has to sign it.
You signed away those "rights" when the title was assigned into the name of the former friend. The only way to revert things back on the title, is for the former friend to "sign off" as owner and for you to "sign on" as buyer - then take the ownership document to your local Motor Vehicle office and have the title legally changed to your name.