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Possibly, but it is more likely to be the crime of embezzlement or the civil wrong of "conversion", meaning they have taken property with the intent to deprive you of its use permanently. You can sue to have it returned to you, or at least to have your partial ownership recorded on the title.

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it wouldn't be reported as a "stolen" vehicle unless they signed an agreement stating when they would return it. At most, it would be unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Best thing to do would be to send a certified, return receipt, restricted delivery letter to the person stating they have so many days to return it or it will be considered stolen. Also put in the letter that acceptance of the letter constitutes their agreement. Yes you can report your car stolen but only if you said return it by a certain time. If you failed to give a time period, then you cannot report it as stolen.


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is this vehicle stolen?


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