Is it legal for the dealership where you bought your car to list someone else as the owner?
Assuming you are referring to the Bill of Sale, then the purchaser(s) of the vehicle should be the ones named with the lender being the lienholder until the vehicle is paid for.
Who owns the house if it is titled to only one person name in the marriage in the state of Fla and is paid in full by a sale of a home bought before the marriage?
To change the speed governor on you semi it is a international you have a computer that the guy give you to change it but you need the password?
warranties on jeep liberties are they carried over from a first time buyer to second owner if bought from a dealership/23,000 mi.?
Car was purchased from a dealership car was traded for another bank paid off car and car title says that I am the legal owner and registered owner Is the car legally mine dealership out of business?
What are my legal rights to a vehicle I am making timely payments on but the loan is in someone else's name Can the legal owner of the vehicle take the car away from me?
If you bought it at the request of the friend, then the friend is the owner. You simply acted as an agent. Your problem will be that you might not be able to return the puppy if the friend decides not to take it. If you bought it intending to give it as a gift, then until you hand the puppy over, you own it.
In most cases, no. It is done all the time. Consider that when someone trades in a vehicle that is still owed on, they are in effect selling the vehicle to the dealership. That the dealership writes the loan for the new car, and transfers the unpaid balance of the first to it, means only that the dealership bought the car, but the buyer of the new car (the former owner) paid for it. Additionally…