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Ex will not sign title to car you used for a trade the title is in both your names this is a straw purchase but can you do?

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2017-10-10 16:45:10
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It depends on how the title is worded. If both names are on it as "or", for example, john smith or jean smith, you do not have to have his signature to sell it. If it is john smith "and" jean smith, both are required to sign it in order to sell it.

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