If you filed for bankruptcy and the title company knows about it, then you cannot sell your house. Your title is not free and clear so a buyer could not purchase. It also depends on the bankruptcy, you should talk to your lawyer.
No. The title to the property is encumbered by the bankruptcy. You would need the court to release the property in order for you to be able to sell it. You should discuss it with your attorney.No. The title to the property is encumbered by the bankruptcy. You would need the court to release the property in order for you to be able to sell it. You should discuss it with your attorney.No. The title to the property is encumbered by the bankruptcy. You would need the court to release the property in order for you to be able to sell it. You should discuss it with your attorney.No. The title to the property is encumbered by the bankruptcy. You would need the court to release the property in order for you to be able to sell it. You should discuss it with your attorney.
I need this answer too. The title company filed bankruptcy after we put an offer one a house and they took our earnest money. It's been over one year. what shall we do?
You can keep your car.Bankrupts rarely lose their cars because they've gone bankrupt. Of course this is conditional and only bankruptcy advisors knows if yours is safe. Contact an attorney or bankruptcy advisor. They should be able to help.
how can I get a title for a car that waS in bankeuptcy in kansas
No, not unless your name is on the title.No, not unless your name is on the title.No, not unless your name is on the title.No, not unless your name is on the title.
Generally, judgements survive bankruptcy.
(A): "Can you sue the repo man if he takes your truck after you filed bankruptcy?" (B): The answer is "No". The truck is the property of the dealer, or finance company, until your final payment to them is made, and the receiver in bankruptcy may not seize property of which title belongs to a second party (dealer or finance company). Chris
A title release would mean the last "purchaser" or owner would have to "sign off" on the title and any liens (if any) would have to be satified to do this. I've never heard of a release title card. Not sure if they exsist.
You need to take the release form and the title to the DMV. They will issue you a new title without the finance company on it. They will NOT do this until / unless you have the signed title and a release from the finance company / legal owner. The process costs only a few dollars.
Contact the finance company and get a lien release from them. With that lien release you can have them removed from the title. You cannot get the lien release unless you have paid the loan off in full.
Nothing unless you receive a clear title of ownership from the lender.
If you lost the title through foreclosure or abandonment in the bankruptcy, probably not, but it depends on a number of factors. Consult a lawyer in your area.
Do you mean like "Bankruptcy Attorney"? Well it is a title of sorts. So yes. I am Max Rosenberg, the Bankruptcy Attorney.
Not without a release from the loan company.
Yes. With the lender's permission, you can reaffirm the loan at the time your bankruptcy is executed.
To me this is a pretty easy no. Once you get the report I would dispute it and make the bureau prove that your mom filed bankruptcy. They will not be able to so it will have to be removed. It sounds like the mortgage company got wind of the bankruptcy and told the bureaus that all of the owners of the house filed for bankruptcy. Are the co-owners married? If not, then the bankruptcy effects the owner to the extent that she (he, it) will need to get clear title since it cannot be sold unless the title (deed) gets cleared. Anyone out there knows what needs to be done? If two people own a house and one files bankruptcy - the bankruptcy can affect the other owner. First, if the house were to be sold or refinanced - the title company or lawyer (depending upon where you live) will search the local courts, where the bankruptcy procedures would be found. As long as the courts don't file an order that the house must be sold or anything like that then title company/lawyer will wait until the bankruptcy is discharged before proceeding. The way the deed is titled defines how real property is held and how it can be subjected to division or protection under bankruptcy laws or judgments. Every state has what is known as a homestead exemption, in the majority of bankruptcy cases this will protect property that is used as a primary residence. It is important however to know how the state of residency laws apply to joint ownership especially a "JTWRS" as opposed to a "TIC".
The title should not be cloudy because of the bankruptcy. For steps to clearing titles, you would have to consult a KY lawyer experienced in such things.
How I can get a title insurance producer licnese in FL? How I can open a title company in FL?
First American Title Insurance Company Fidelity National Financial Stewart Title Insurance Guaranty Old Republic Title Insurance Company North American Title Insurance Company Chicago Title Insurance Company
No problem - the title has nothing to do with the car company - the title comes from the state.
If there was a Title company involved the Title Company would have collected and made the payoff, if they did not the Insurance Company would be on the hook to pay. If you sold the home to an Investor, without a Settlement Agent ( Title Co.) you are out of luck and most likely would have to make a settlement with the Bank for the mortgage.