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If one person on the car loan wants to move out and take the car and the other person will not let you what legal rights do they have?

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2015-07-16 19:21:16
2015-07-16 19:21:16

The car loan has nothing to do with ownership. It all comes down to who's name is on the title. If only one name is on the title, that name controls the vehicle. If both of you are on the title, you'll have to come to some type of agreement on your own. You may try to seek legal advice from a local attorney. State laws vary as to ownership rights. Keep in mind, If both names are on the car loan, you're both responsible for the repayment of the loan regardless of who has possession of the vehicle. Good luck!

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