Call your state DMV. They have procedures for the title work.
The title of state?? I can only assume it means the state that the vehicle is registered and titled in.
It depends on the laws of the state where the vehicle is titled and the wording of the title itself.
If there is no specific designation on the vehicle title the default laws of the state in which the vehicle is titled will apply.
In many states, a slavage vehicle can be inspected and receive a "salvage title". If you ever want to sell the vehicle you'll have to disclose the salvage title.
No. Not unless her name is also on the title. The persons named on the title have equal ownership of the vehicle.
As long as it is titled in your name, you can sell it without it being registered.
Yes the co-buyers name does appear on the title, but not on the vehicle registration.
If the vehicle was titled in the state you live in now, you can go to your local dmv and get a duplicate title.
60% of the value of a comparable clean titled car.
Yes you do have disclose a salvage titled vehicle.
It depends on how the vehicle is titled. If both of your names are on the title she has an equal right to possession of the vehicle as you do. So technically she could take it. But then again you could take it back because you have the same right to the vehicle as she does. Now if its just her name on the title then she can take it without your consent and there's nothing you can do about it.
The co-buyer of a vehicle has equal rights to the vehicle if there name is on the title. The co-buyers rights can be defined by a written or verbal contract.
40% LESS than a comparable clean titled car
Call your DMV and see if you can get it titled as a rebuilt vehicle.
If you had the car titled in your name and just lost the title you can go to the court house can tell them you lost the title and they will make you a new one. This will cost you around $10
You are responsible for the title because you were the one that traded the car. You say the vehicle was never titled. Go to the DMV with the vin number and see if the car was titled and you did receive. If it was then apply for a lost title. If it was never titled you will have to go back to the dealer where it was bought and get them to process the paperwork for the title.
It worth appx 60% of the value of a comparable clean titled car so if it is worth $5000 with a clean title it's worth roughly $3000 with a salvage title.
Assuming it's reconstructed/roadworthy, take 40% off the value of a comparable clean titled car.
As far as I understand it you cannot sell any motor vehicle to an automotive dealership without the title. Also if the vehicle is not titled in your name the said individual seen on the title would need to be present. The process to getting a title for your vehicle if it has been lost is simple as long as you are the registered owner of the vehicle. The process for acquiring a replacement title is called bonding the title. If you are not the owner on the title the same "bonding" applies it just requires you to get the previous owner of the vehicle involved in the process with a proper bill of sale and or other means of proof that you have taken "ownership" of the vehicle.
This sentence refers to transferring the title. Therefore, it the only titled propery the decedent owns is a vehicle, then yes, you may transfer the title. However, if the decedent also owns a home (with a title), then this property must be included in the $50,000 limit, as well. Nevertheless, it does appear from the language, "solely owned", that the only titled property in question is the vehicle.
No, not at all. The reason they put salvage on a title is to let future buyers know that the vehicle was previously involved in an accident. If it were demolished, you should only get a "certificate of demolished vehicle" instead of a title, then you wouldn't be able to put it back on the rod.
You are required to submit a title transfer document and payment to the DMV in the state the vehicle is going to.
If your name is listed on the Title then you have all rights to posses the vehicle. The loan instrument doe not construe ownership, the title does. Again if your name is on the title and registration you can Take the vehicle or better yet depending on your situation, call the police (with title in hand) and report the vehicle stolen, this can be a very powerful threat to who ever has the vehicle.
You can sell a car without a title. Most people will sell them as parts cars. If the car ever had a title in your name then you can go to the court house and get a lost title for it. If you never had the car in your name you will have to tell and buyers that it does not have a title. It will sell for less than if it had a title but you can still sell it.
Never title a vehicle in the name of a child. If it is titled in the name of a child, and you decide to sell it or trade it in, you cannot because the child cannot legally sign a document until they reach the age of majority. There is no reason to do this anyway.