Well, if the title lists no lienholders, it cannot be repossessed. If it lists one, it would be best to surrender it or don't keep anything in it of value. Yes. Even if the lien is not recorded on the title, it hass probably still been filed with the state.
If you buy something, then, it belongs to you, regardless of who you bought it from. Answer - She will no longer be on the title or mortgage.
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No. Becoz, This Title/Person Belongs to Bengali/Hindu Barendra (Srostriyo) Brahmin.
If the seller still needs to wait for the title to come in the mail because they had a loan to pay off, then this is normal and it could take about 2-4 weeks for it to come. If it was a dealer or the seller has the title but will not give it to you, then you can demand your money back or take him to court for the title or money.
Removing his name from the title will not accomplish anything. You need to consult with an attorney who can review your situation and negotiate with the IRS for you. You cannot ignore the lien.Removing his name from the title will not accomplish anything. You need to consult with an attorney who can review your situation and negotiate with the IRS for you. You cannot ignore the lien.Removing his name from the title will not accomplish anything. You need to consult with an attorney who can review your situation and negotiate with the IRS for you. You cannot ignore the lien.Removing his name from the title will not accomplish anything. You need to consult with an attorney who can review your situation and negotiate with the IRS for you. You cannot ignore the lien.
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.
If you still owe on the car (whether matured or not), the bank can take it if you don't pay. It belongs to them until the loan is paid and the title is sent to you.
It belongs to the other person on the title.
yes he is still a big part of the paw, but he cannot carry the title "bishop"
Yes most likely. If the lender is still on the title, if not then they cannot, without some sort of court order.
If you do not have a title to a car due to losing it, you can fill out an affidavit. By filling one out, you are truthfully saying the car belongs to you and you can then get a title.
Only if it precedes the name of who the title belongs to.
You must apply for a duplicate title. The dealership can handle this procedure through their title clerk or you can do it yourself. It will take half a day at the DMV Tag and Title office. Y-THINK-Y
Only the wise knowledge and wisdom they gained while on the earth. We cannot take anything else, not even our title.
regardless of the state if you have the title and you are on the title as THE owner, it is your car and you do what you like, moraly it may be wrong but legal the previous owner cant do anything
You're doing it backwards, I'm afraid - the title comes last, after you've written your tribute. Finish the piece, and the title will come out of something you've written. If you still can't think of anything, you'll have to go with "A Tribute to ___" or "The Life of ___" as a title.
cannot imagine any situation where an insurance company would pay the entire amount without this title.......file for lost title with your state..
Although many still speculate that Christopher Columbus was the first person to set foot in the Americas, it is an accepted fact that this title belongs to the indigenous natives.
the ecw title belongs to kane the world heavyweight champ belongs to undertaker wwe champion is randy orton
To my knowledge you cannot have the title signed back over into your name without their consent unless you are a parent and they are still under 18.
You cannot change a salvage title legally. Period.
No, you cannot sell a car that is not titled in your name. That would be a crime, transferring stolen property. The car legally belongs to the person whose name appears on the title.
The title comes last. First, finish your short story, then your title will come from something you wrote in the story. If you honestly cannot find anything in your writing that makes a good title, you can choose a famous quotation or song lyric that has something to do with what happened in your story.