Whoever was willed the person's belongings or appointed head of estate. If the car was specifically listed in the will, that person no owns the car. If there was no will, the spouse or partner will be in charge. If no spouse or partner, the eldest child. If no children, I have no idea.
You will mostly likely purchase the car from a spouse, a child or the estate of the deceased. Or whoever was appointed owner of the vehicle in the will.
WHO WAS PREVIOUS OWNER OF CAR? NAME ON TITLE OF CAR PREVIOUS OWNER OF CAR? looking to find out previous owner how many previous owner
is this car worth $1,500.00 and who was the previous owner
If if color title was not changed over from previous owner and previous owner went and got the car that I have the title what can I do about the previous owner getting my car when I have the title but still in his name
Try to buy it again.
It depends on how it was maintained by the previous owner.
The lien holder from the previous owner needs to sign off on the sale before you can change the title. If you buy the car, but still owe money on it, you can get the title in your name with the previous owner as lienholder.
Never, ever buy a car with an outstanding loan. In fact you cannot transfer the title with a lien on it. Walk away from this deal. It is nothing but trouble.
Ask the person who is driving the car who the owner is.
Get insurance, a tag and a the title in your name
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Yes, sometimes you can find a car (usually preowned) which the previous owner has had the windows tinted. Also some new car dealerships can have in stock or have done at your request the window tint.
The new car is much higher. Since there is no history, no previous owner, and no miles on the car, it is going to cost much more to buy new, rather than used.
You and the previous owner can draw up a title. Just get it notarized and it has to be legal.
In most states, the title will have to signed over to you by the previous owner. Your parents will have to go to their insurance company and have you added to their policy as well as adding the car on.
i wanted to buy a car for my girlfriend but still want it in my name. can i buy one without a license from an owner
The insurance company, once things get sorted out, will probably deny your claim. On top of that, the previous owner screwed themselves, because their insurance will go up.
if the owner wants to sell it why not after all i'll be paying for it ... If you are buying it from the owner. You can buy cars. If somebody leaves something to somebody that they don't own because they sold it, there's no issue there. I leave you the city of New York in my will, it doesn't really matter. If you are trying to buy it from the person who is willed the car while the current owner is not dead, that's a problem because it's not their car. The will doesn't matter a jot to you. You can buy it from the owner. Whether it's the current owner the person who got the car from the estate or anybody else who actually owns the car. Just being listed as property in a will, makes the will kind of old, it doesn't make the car unable to be sold (assuming its not tied up in the estate).
Their must be a roadworthy check, a previous owner check and a VIN number.
Most states include the name and (provided) address of the previous owner of a car on the front side of the title.
i bought a car and the previous owner never paidthe loan off now thereis a company wanting to repossess thecar from me what can l do
Any time you buy a used car the owner isn't going to be completely truthful. Your best thing to do when buying a used car is to ask for the VIN so you can do a carfax.
Insurance Records of previous vehicle owner Insurance Records are protected under State and Federal Privacy laws. There is no legitimate legal reason for a person to want to obtain the "insurance records" of a previous owner. The attempt to do so could constitute an invasion of that persons privacy rights. Any coverage or compensation paid to a previous owner would not extend to the new owner as the new owner was not an insured and did not have a financial interest in the property (vehicle) prior to the purchasing of it. The previous insurers obligations was to the previous insured owner. Those obligations ceased when the policy expired, terminated or when the vehicle was sold to another individual. The previous owners insurance company has no obligation to someone who purchased the vehicle at a later date. If you are interested in the vehicle history, accidents, previous damage or repairs and such, this can be obtained through Car Fax and other similar on-line services.
Yes, if you took a loan out and used your car as collaterol, then it can be taken away. If you own the title free and clear, then it cannot be taken from you. Only if you owe money on it or the previous owner owes money on it. If the previous owner has an outstanding debt on the car and sells it to you without you knowing about the debt then the car can still be repo'd.
No, the owner is the person who's name appears on the title. If you buy the car and then it is titled in someone else's name they are the legal owner of the car.