Look on your TITLE. You sign just as you do if they paid cash AND you sign as LEINHOLDER. Then when he goes to register it, they will show you as leinholder. If you have any doubts, go with your friend to register it. That way you KNOW its done. Repo it? YES, if , you know where it is. Before you give your friend the keys you should have in writing and always have in writing his proof of insurance for the vehicle. You are still under obligation for what happens to the car and who is injured while in or by the car. Selling with a hand shake agreement to a friend or family member is rarely going to have a good outcome. Just act as a bank would if they financed your friend. True friend would understand and not ask for anything less!
Yes, but whomever buys at the second foreclosure will own the property subject to the first lienholder's debt. The first lienholder can still foreclose and wipe out the second.
The one your friend buys for you.
The owner of the vehicle buys the insurance -- for the vehicle. Cars are insured, not drivers.
The 'friend' obviously likes your ex and is jelous that you had a chance with that person who is now your ex and the 'friend' never had a chance. ignore that 'friend'.
Nope, unless your friend or someone buys one for you.
My friend buys them at best bargian books you know with Einstien on it?
You can't. The only way is if your friend buys a game card for u (the card lasts 1 to 3 months).There is such thing as a guest pass but I don't know how it works.
yes my friend is allergic to dairy, and she buys dairy free chocolate
It's not bad to buy the same thing as your best friend. You can use this as the sign of friendship that you both see the same in eachother. :)
She buys a lot of her clothes from Cricket, because her friend Justine owns it.
Customers can arrange financing for new vehicle purchases directly through their bank. Financing can also be done through the dealership from which a person buys a car.