Not sure what state your in however; In Texas if you purchase a vehicle from a dealer they have 20 business days to take the paperwork/title to the DVM for processing. (on a cash sale). After that it is out of the dealers hands. The state can take 4-6 weeks to send out the title. If you purchased the vehicle on credit, you will not get the title until it's paid off.
Keep bothering them. If you haven't received the title after about 90 days, then something has to be wrong.
Yes you are to say: I havent ATEN in days.
If you haven't received the checks from an employer, contact their payroll department. If you haven't received the checks from the bank, first talk to a teller, then the bank manager. If they state checks have been sent and you haven't gotten them in 10 days, ask for a reissue of the checks (new ones).
You should be fine, sometimes if you take it out a little later in the day then usual it takes longer for it start. If it has been more the 4 or 5 days I would start to get worried.
You can put a bounty of up to $7000 on the dealers head. He must be alive to attend the hearing though!
Only if you havent washed in two days
This means that the parcel has been sorted and is on route to you. Their is usually no more updates through EMS until the parcel is delivered or attempted a delivery. EMS are known for delays, so If you havent yet received your parcel after 8 days, dont worry, you will receive it soon. If it has been over 2 weeks, contact EMS.
Thirty business days from the time it is assumed the person received the summons that is generally presumed to be 5 days after it has been issued.
You need to see a doctor or take some laxatives.
No. It is out of your system within 48 hours.
I havent change the water for 5 days but it looks clean
Most states have a law that requires that the title be sent within 3, 10 or 30 days of final payment being made. The law usually doesn't have much in the way of teeth, so you may need to remind the lending institution that the loan has been paid and that you want the title. After you have requested the title the lending institution may be in default and you may have recourse, depending again on your state and the laws that regulate title loans.
yes it only takes 30 days or less. yes it only takes 30 days or less.
Lol it takes 3 days to get out of ur system you will Absolutely pass
If you have the clear title in your hand and someone took the vehicle from you, you certainly have the right to sue. In fact, you have an obligation to make sure those people are more careful in the future. You should wrap them up so tight in court that it makes them hurt.
Some titles are on hand while others are not. Most auctions will charge the seller $50.00 if the title is not at the auction when the car is offered for sale. If you purchase a car from an auction they have 30 days to get you a title. If they fail to do so the seller has to take the car.
Yes, you can .. a saliva test is designed for a maximum window of 3-4 days
can majuwnana get out of your system in 20 days if u havent smoked it in about 3 weeks
because you havent ate 1 you need to eat or within a mater of days u will starve
take a hot shower or bath
30 days, I believe (with temporary tags from Dealer)