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The legal basics are: If a vehicle title uses the word "or" to separate the names the vehicle can be sold or traded by either party. If the names on the title are separated by the work "and" both parties have to agree to any action taken in regards to said vehicle. The person who is listed as the loan borrower is irrelevant unless it becomes a case for litigation in regards to partitioning said property. Any vehicle which is still held by a lender's lien (it will be indicated on the title) cannot be sold, traded or partitioing of parts without the lender being agreeable or the loan being paid in full as agreed. Any person who reports a vehicle as stolen when they have knowledge that there has been no such crime committed is guilty of a criminal felony and will be subject to prosecution and incarceration.

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Q: Is it possible to recover a car and perhaps sell it then report it stolen when the ex-boyfriend is the sole borrower but the ex-girlfriend has possession and both names are on the title?
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