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What are the consequences if a cosigner on a car loan sells the car without the permission of the other cosigner?

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Possible fraud charges.

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untill its paid off * The other option is for the primary borrower to have the loan refinanced without the participation of the original cosigner.


In some countries when you are 18 you can go without your parents permission in other countries you need to be 21 In some countries when you are 18 you can go without your parents permission in other countries you need to be 21


No, you will need the other parents and the courts permission.


Yes, It is a federal crime if there is no permission.


Many people hunt animals without permission, they do it for food, furniture and many other things! Just saying your not suppose to hunt animals without permission, in fact, your not suppose to hunt them at all!


Yes, you can legally move in without their permission. They had to give permission for you to get married and that emancipates you.


You cannot use anyone's card without permission. If you were charged criminally for stealing, the burden would be on you to prove that he did give you permission, not the other way around.


Permission from the other parent. Yes if you are in leagule custody of the child at the time


This will depend on what is listed in your court order. There may be clauses that prevent you from leaving town, or your state or province without written permission from the other parent.


A cosigner cannot be removed from the debt obligation except by a refinancing of the loan without the original cosigner's participation.


You can get a federal loan also known as Stanford loan, as it isn't based on your credit history it doesn't need a cosigner. Private loans also don't need credit history and other stuff.


A cosigner is only responsible for the items that he has cosigned for.


Napping in church. Nuking a city. Necromancy. Neutering other people's pets without their permission. Neutering other people's husbands without permission. Not paying rent. Nailing your neighbors wife. Nauseating children.


No, both parties would have to be in agreement and sign off to sell or trade the vehicle.



A cosigner can attempt to sell the car at anytime. However, in order for them to sell it, they have to have the other signer's signature.


Not without permission of the court if the other parent's rights weren't terminated.


No, other people cannot open your mail unless you give them permission to do so. This is a federal offense that is punishable in court.


Yes because now the permission of the other parent is not obligatory. At the most the parent which has custody of the child may require declaration before the court and seek permission for signing on VISA without obtaining the signature of the other parent.


One way is to get married, which requires parental permission. The other is to join the military, which also requires parental permission.


It will depend on the laws in your state or location. You do not need parental permission to get emancipated, but you must meet the other requirements.


I was applying for a new rental agreement and the place I'm trying to rent from saw a judgment in my name for a lease that I have never lived or signed up to be a cosigner to be on any agreement. I think my sister used my social security info and forged my signature and she backed out of a rental agreement. I've opened an investigation with the rental agency and other property and I'm just wondering what I can do in the meantime to clear my name from this.


As in relocating, not without the permission of the court.


If without the permission of the parent or the courts.




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