Not enough information is given. WHAT document? Supposed to be registered WHERE? Registered by WHO? What is the documents alleged legal significance?
it's legal process of transfer the property to one person to another Eg( buyer to seller)
Be Nice About This. Try To Reach Him Or His Family Or Friends. After All It Is His Car. Do Your Absolute Best To Locate The Buyer. You can See Your County Attorney For The Legal Ramifications Of This
As long as it is where the registered owner of the vehicle legally resides it is legal.
It is absolutely illegal. All you need to verify this is an Internet search using the string "real estate straw buyer", then start reading.
Who is the legal owner or owners of a car if it is registered in one name but paid for jointly by 2 parties
yes as long as there is a buyer.
Manufacturer's GVW is 31,000 lbs.... legal GVW depends on what it's registered as... if it's registered as a 26k truck, then that's the legal GVW. If it's registered as a 33k truck, then that'll be the legal GVW, and a CDL is required.
Yes. Must be registered with the Federal BATF, but state legal.
The one that registered the website. If you build a website for a company, but the company registered the website, they have legal ownership. You might want to read Terms and Conditions of website to know who has the legal ownership and control.
A Registered office is a place where your company is registered to provide service. Normally this is where your legal documents can be stored. This can be provided by a Solicitor or accountant.
Private car sales are legal, however the buyer is not protected by the same consumer rights as they would when buying from a commercial trader. Depending on the rules of your local authority, you may be restricted to the quantity of vehicles you can sell privately.
both buyer and co buyer --- Typically, in disputes like this, possession is factored into the legal decision. It is likely whoever has possession at the time of court findings will prevail.
Same thing that happens to the buyer. Lender persues their legal options to collect the balance due.
No, unless it is a street legal registered dirt bike.
Anyone of legal voting age - who is (a) registered to vote, and (b) not in legal custody.
yes...corporate Infocom is a legal company...it is registered by the company act..
YOu need a lawyer for a legal, correct and current answer.
If its titled, registered, and inspected
If they have been registered with the BATF, yes.
In the EU, cars must display stickers that indicate the country it is registered in if they are to be driven in another country. For example, a car registered in Britain must display a 'GB' sticker if it is to be driven in France.
As long as you have the legal documentation to prove you are married your marriage shoud be held valid in any other country. (there are some exceptions; for example in some countries polygamy is legal, but not in others)
No they have to be lisenced and tabbed to be legal if you can do that your good but I doubt you could get it registered