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That depends on which party died. If the person who died is the one who signed the title over, then the vehicle belongs to the brother. If the brother who received the signed title is the one who died, then the vehicle belongs to his heirs or estate.

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Q: If someone signed the title to his vehicle over to his brother before he died is the vehicle his or does it belong to the deceased under age children?
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