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Answered 2005-04-03 02:59:20

if you lost the title you can go to your local dmv that it was registered to and file for a lost title

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yes you have to have a title for a car


The car title proves ownership. You cannot sell a or register a car without a title.



These type of transaction is illegal since there was no car title that has to be presented in selling that car.


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I bought a car and I cant get the title for it what to do


File for an abandoned title with the Motor Vehicle


That title itself is worth nothing. It is the car the title is for that has value.


Then seller doesn't own the car. Don't buy a car without a title. The title is the only thing that proves ownership. ---- If the seller has no title, the car might be stolen. DO NOT buy the car.


to get a plate on a car does the title have to be in my name?


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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.


Not unless your name is on the title. Possession of the title does not mean you own the vehicle.


It is not possible to register a car in California with no VIN or title. The owner of the car must produce a valid title for registration. If the car is too old and never had a title or VIN, the title can be applied for at the time it is registered. If the title is lost, a new duplicate title can be issued to the person named on the title.


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


No, the bottom line is, the title must have the owner's name. Put in reverse situation, if your car was taken by someone who has your title to the car and the car should not be missing, then you would want the car back even without a title. People lose car title all the time, that doesn't mean they lose the car just because they lost the title and someone picked it up.


I know in MA that the title is considered a legal document. You are not allowed to sell a car without the title.


If they are not on the Certificate of Title you can sell the car. However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.If they are not on the Certificate of Title you can sell the car. However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.If they are not on the Certificate of Title you can sell the car. However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.If they are not on the Certificate of Title you can sell the car. However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.


take the car to Texas and register it there



If Yamaha is considered a car title...


Whoever is listed on the Certificate of Title is the owner of the car.Whoever is listed on the Certificate of Title is the owner of the car.Whoever is listed on the Certificate of Title is the owner of the car.Whoever is listed on the Certificate of Title is the owner of the car.


Yes it's their car you signed a lease they don't need a title to repossess their car. Title or no title they look up that information and have it mark on that title that the car was repossessed


Yes you must have a title to sell the car. If you do not have a title contact your local DMV for advise on how to get a title.


You can sell a car with no title but the consumer cannot register it without a title.



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