I'm guessing the title is in the father's name. If that's the case, the vehicle belongs to the father. The exception would be if the young man is granted an emancipation decree, (something that is very rarely done by any court) he could then file a lawsuit as an adult, against the father claiming the vehicle was a gift. The law presumes that any gift once given cannot be reclaimed by the giver. The wording of the title would not apply as the person at the time the vehicle was alledgedly given was a minor and would not have been able to hold sole titling.
Yes he was a Mason.
It is the largest city in the state,
President Washington did not belong to any political party because political parties did not exist when this nation was founded.
no. it does not belong to a state that why DC. stands for district of Columbia . this answer is from Adrianna G
Well, he was born in Virginia,,Both Washinton and Washington D.C. were both named after him,,
Why is this a question? Look at a map.
George Washington did not belong to any political party. Parties had not yet formed when he was elected.
That the power will belong to the people
They belong to the Washington DC area. They play their home games in Maryland, but the team's headquarters is in Virginia.
Washington D.C. is the only city in the United States that does not belong to a state. Washington is part of the District of Columbia which is under Congressional oversight as the nations capital.
No- Washington was not a party animal- he did not establish any political party nor did he belong to one.
John Adams was a Federalist and George Washington didn't believe in political parties.
The capital of the United States is Washington in the District of Columbia. Washington D.C is located in the mid-Atlantic region.
George Washington, the 1st President of the United States, did not belong to a political party. He served as President from 1789 to 1797.
no- political parties did not form in the US until after Washington was elected and he did not join one after the left office.
Washington, D.C., the District of Columbia, the capital of the United States does not belong to any state. It is a district of the United States and has its own governing system. It borders Maryland and Virginia.Source Wikipedia
DC is separate from a state because the government felt that that the country's capital shouldn't belong to one state. Washington DC was founded a long time before Washington state.
Washington, D.C. D.C. stand for District of Columbia, which is not a State
Washington DC is the national capital. Technically, it does not belong to a state. Either way, DC is not a state, so there can be no state capital in it.
Actually, no. He cautioned against political parties and didn't belong to one.
George Washington was an independent. He did not belong to any political party.