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How do you get the title to a car your ex-husband left in your garage and he is nowhere to be found and the car does not have a lien on it?

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2005-11-12 03:08:39
2005-11-12 03:08:39

ok what you have to do is get the plate number and the vin number go to your local department of motor vehicals and request an abandond vehical title and they should give you any extra paper work to get the title but after you get the abandond title the vehical is now legally yours.

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