If you sold your car to someone who stiffed you for the vehicle can you sell the title if it is still in your name?
Depending on the value of the car, you might be able to sell just the title to someone. Very limited value in just a title.
If someone has a car title that belongs to a person that someone paid for from a title loan place and the person didn't put his name on the lien spot so does the car still belong to him or you or who?
The car belongs to the person listed as the owner on the title. Listing someone as the lien holder does not make them the owner. You can't transfer a motor vehicle when you know there's a lien on it. The lien would be reflected on the title and a prudent buyer wouldn't take title that is encumbered by a lien.
I had my salvage title vehicle inspected by Ohio highway patrol but it still has a salvage title how do i get a clear title?
Can I get a title for a vehicle that is given to me from a stranger. Someone is giving away a car but they say there is no title?
The first thing you need to do is call your local police department and give them the vin and ask them if the vehicle is stolen. You dont want to get caught trying to get a title for a stolen vehicle. Why would someone just give a car away when they can take it to a salvage yard and get a couple hundred bucks for it.
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?
If someone gave you a car after someone died and you find out that the car has a unpaid title loan. How do you get that car registered in your name?
You pay the balance of the unpaid loan to the bank, request a release of title to the estate of the deceased person, purchase the vehicle from the estate for at least one dollar, do a transfer of title to your name, and register the vehicle. Anything less or different may result in the repossession of the vehicle.
Yes; why on earth would you think otherwise? The "salvage" title only means that it is a reconstructed, or rebuilt vehicle which has probably been heavily damaged and repaired. It is STILL your property, and in this respect, a title, is a title, is a title -- "salvage" has nothing to do with whether or not you own the property (vehicle). If some one else damages it, then they have damaged YOUR property.
If you have not paid your car payments for over 3 years can you file a lost title and sell or get the title?
Generally, in the case of a vehicle that still has a lien against it, you would submit a death certificate to the bank that holds the title. It is then up to the bank's policies whether or not they will allow an assumption and let someone take over the loan. They may ask that the vehicle be surrendered.
If im going to sell a vehicle to someone that does not live in the same state as me how do i go about transferring the title?
When I hear about a Title for a vehicle I think either clean or salvaged. I've personally never heard anyone use the term "Regular" for describing the title. Also someone could be meaning that they have the "regular title" for the car, which would mean they have the paperwork for it, which ON THAT paperwork it would show whether the vehicle is clean or salvaged.
If someone signs someone elses name on the title that means the title is forged. For example if i sign your name one the title that means its forged. So i advise if someone forges a name on the title call DMV and ask how to apply for a Duplicate Title, the Duplicate title will state that your the original owner of the Vehicle and since the original title has a forged signature on it…
My car was stolen by someone that was suppose to fix it He now has put the title in someone elses name you still owe the bank 25000 what are the steps to recover your vehicle?
You bought a car from someone but never registered it and you want to sell it to someone else. Can they still get it registered?
How do i get a title switched over if the person i bought it from hasn't switched it over and we cant find the owner that is shown on the title?
Why would you buy a vehicle from someone who does not have clear title? Take the vehicle back to the person who had no right to sell it in the first place and get your money back. They did not meet all the terms of the contract in that they failed to provide clear title; therefore, the contract of purchase and sale is null and void. Next time ensure that the person who is selling…
Yes, but in most cases the title will not be released by the original lien holder until the original loan contract is paid in full. In some states, the second party puyer may be able to register the vehicle in his name even. In some states, you may be required to obtain the permission of the original lender to sell the vehicle.
Interesting question! You aren't legally able to contract unless you are 18 in most states. But there is nothing illegal about you owning a car. But is the title in your name? Can a minor hold title to a vehicle? I've looked through a number of state sites and don't see anything about the age someone has to be to title a vehicle. I hope someone has more information on this one!
Answer If you are the executor of the estate for this person or know who is, they can sign the title over to you. If you have no title to sign then you have to apply for a lost title at your local tag office. Answer As a beneficiary, you could petition the court during probate of the estate. State laws are unique and you'll need to talk to someone local. The vehicle may become…