Vehicle Titles

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?


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2015-07-15 19:15:11
2015-07-15 19:15:11

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.


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If they have a key or their name is on the title then yes.

The buyer/borrower should have a copy of the title, as it is needed to register the vehicle. The title will have the name of the buyer and the name of the company holding the lien on the vehicle.

no, buying vehicle from someone who got the vehicle through a mechanics lien

IF you transfer the title and loan out of your name you are not responsible. IF NOT, and they don't make the payments, or have insurance on it, YOU are responsible for all aspects of the vehicle as you still OWN it. the name on the title & loan is the responsible party.

You can't. If a vehicle has a lien on it the lien holder is the owner of record of the vehicle.

Once a vehicle has an Ohio Salvage title assigned, the history remains with that VIN until the vehicle is scrapped. The Registrar in your county will issue a Repaired Salvage , or "branded" Title that you can get your license plates with. You cannot obtain a Clear title for this car.

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.

as long as you physically have the title in your possession and its in your name and they haven't signed the back, you are still the legal owner. A title company would have to give proof of your financial obligation to them

If there is money owed to the lender with the vehicle used as collateral, the lender will be shown as a lien holder on the title and can if the contract is defaulted recover the vehicle according to the laws of the state in which it is registered. yes

A title cannot be changed without the owner of the vehicle signing off on the seller line. A title can be transferred and a vehicle registered by a person other than the registered owner in most states.

No, the warranty is void on a salvage vehicle.

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.

Sorry to say but no. It is a legal agreement.

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.

A bank won't release the title to a vehicle until it has been paid in full. This is done to prevent the vehicle from being sold while payments still remain.

Do not keep the title to your vehicle in the vehicle. Keep it in your home somewhere safe.

ONLY if you can find someone to buy it without a title. NO buyer, NO seller.

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.

No, you can only replace a lost title. If the vehicle had a lien from the bank, a replacement title will still show the lien.

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