You can't. The bank still owns the bike, NOT you. The bike was sold to you illegally if the bank wasn't paid off. You need to get your money back.
Not quite true. He can legally sell you the bike but it becomes "interesting" depending on the terms and conditions of the loan and your state.
For example you want to be careful since you might end up being RESPONSIBLE for the remainder of his loan :-) This is unlikely however since to be owner you have to transfer the title and you can not do that as long as there is a lien on the bike. a lien does not mean the bank owns the bike the seller owns it. The lien means the bank has a financial interest in the bike. "part" ownership if you will. If you really want the bike I would contact the lien holder. This might be as simple as the bike was "totaled" out by insurance and they simply forgot to remove the lien on the original title or they may "sell" you the salvage title. Call them and see if you can get someone on the phone. I would prefer to do all this BEFORE paying any money for it :-) You can use all the parts except the Frame and Engine Casing as they both have VIN numbers and you need a title for BOTH if they do not match.
just buy a frame and flip the vin
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
previous owner information
trying to finding previous owner to obtain a duplicated title( easy and save money) or hire an attorny who is familiar with porperty law then to file the petition of quiet title action ( a lot of money spending)
is this car worth $1,500.00 and who was the previous owner
Go to the local state DMV office and fill out the application for a duplicate title. The person will need proof of ownership and the VIN # of the motorcycle. Proof of ownership can be a bill of sale or a notarized statement from the previous owner transferring ownership to the present owner.
whats the question
It is abandoned property left on your property by the previous land owner. I suggest running a VIN search by your state's motor vehicle office just to make sure the bike isn't stolen as it is rather unusual for the previous owner to leave behind a motor vehicle unless he knows that it is illegal or is junk (maybe the engine is busted?).
What?? Downloads the software? Who downloads the software in the first place?!
Not legally, but there are always exceptions 1. the previous owner left a current registration on the motorcycle. 2.you have gotten a permit to move the cycle from DMV 3. your local laws allow for it.
It all depends how much you plan to ride the bike. Most State laws require the rider to obtain the Insurance. For more information and resources on Motorcycle Insurance, check out http://www.findinsurance.us/motorcycle/motorcycle-home.html
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.
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.
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
the owner was Thomas Jefferson and in 1900 was french
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.
You have to get it from the owner that last had the title in his name.
So far as I know, if you obtain a Pokemon via a trade and the previous owner had nicknamed it, you are not allowed to rename that Pokemon. You can only rename them if you are its original trainer.
The French was the previous owner of British Cession. The United States purchased the western half of the Mississippi basin from France.
Oracle owns Java.Previous owner was Sun micro systems.
to be the owner of something, to obtain