It just depends what the impound yard wants to do, if they can't re-sale the vehicle they will probably come after R.O. or the L.O. If the car is driveable and in good condition they will probably sell it and won't even charge the Registered owner.
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Repossession
Why did the Sheriff send you notice that your car was impounded if it was repossesed over 7 months ago?
The short answer is "because someone screwed up somewhere." My guess would be that you were the last registered owner. ...
Who does the sheriff of a county report to?
== == In Texas, the County Sheriff is an elected position and as such does not "report to" any superior, but is instead responsible to the citizens he is sworn to serve. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
What are the duties of the sheriff?
The county sheriff is (usually) an elected law enforcement officer in the United States. The sheriff upholds and defends the Constitution of their state and the U.S. The county sheriff is (potentially) the most powerful law enforcement authority in his County. In some locations the office of the Sheriff is an appointed position, not elected. The sheriff is generally responsible for maintaining a jail for the county, providing security for the courts, and serving civil process in the form of process serving, sheriff sales,...
Asked in Firearms
How can you prove that a gun is registered to you?
Most states don't require you to register guns. If you live in a state that does, you can probably contact your local sheriff or police department. ...
Can you be charged for stealing your own car prior to impound Ca sheriff leaves car at roadside for 911 call can you retake it or is it grand theft?
This sounds like a good story, and I'd like to help you out with an answer, but I need some more facts. ...
Who is The chief law enforcement officer of most counties is the?
In the United States, each county elects a "Sheriff". The Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer of the county, and is also responsible for the carrying out of court orders and county tax codes. The Sheriff delegates his (or her) power to the "Sheriff's Office" (which is similar to a police department). ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
What do you call the main sheriff?
Sheriff -------------- Additional: (in the US) the Office of Sheriff is established in the state constitution and there is only one Sheriff per jurisdiction (usually a county, altho some large cities also have a Sheriff). There is only one Sheriff, and his correct title is SHERIFF. All other employees of the Sheriff's Department, regardless of their rank or title, is a DEPUTY Sheriff. ...
Asked in Middle Ages
What was a sheriff in the middle ages?
A sheriff was a nobleman of any rank who was appointed by the king to supervise a particular county or large city. The word derives from Old English scir-gerefa, a shire official. So "sheriff" is a specific task, not a rank. Perhaps the main task of each sheriff was to ensure that taxes and other incomes were collected, accounts and records were strictly kept and passed on to the king's treasury. Naturally there was a rake-off for the sheriff himself. He was...