you went to a car dealership, didnt you? You DIDNT go to a casino. Did you sign a loan contract?? The B/K trustee and the manu. of the car will be looking for the car. Dont worry you wont have to pay TAXES on the gift of the car.
No. Every vehicle has to have a title , I believe after 1972. The vehicle cannot be transferred unless there is a clean title to it.
I recently bought a vehicle about 6 months ago and the dealership didn't have the title! So I'm just wondering if I could register and tag it without a title!
No, that isn't legal. You should be able to get some kind of resolution from a state division of business regulation. Each state has a different organization that is responsible for that kind of complaint but a couple calls should put you in touch with the right agency. No legitimate car dealership would ever sell a car without a title. It is illegal for them to sell without a way for you to own the car. If you buy without a title, then you are wasting your money.
Nope, they should have applied for a lost title prior to the sale. And you never ever buy a vehicle without first doing a title check and leaving with the title and bill of sale.
Not the dealership, but you have to pay tax, tags and title.
The dealership should have a trade-in authorization letter so you can get the car title when you pay off your loan. If not, you would just write that you are giving permission to get the title for a trade in.
Yes, in some states. Other states are a little more lenient as long as the dealership has cleared the title, and it's been applied for. All car dealerships have a DMV person that does nothing but clear titles.
I had this happen. You won't get a title from the dealership or the bank until the car is fully paid for. If you have completely paid for it, go to the lender and wait for them to to produce it. Usually it comes to you pretty quickly. If you paid cash, find out if the DMV knows where the title is and ask the dealership to provide proof they have a copy of the transfer paperwork showing the DMV has processed the title. Without that, you could have a situation where the dealership has not paid the bank for the car and their bank still has the title. This would be a big problem, and in this situation you could file paperwork with the dealership licensing division, indicating a title fraud problem. I hope this isn't the case.
No, you are not. When someone files bankruptcy the title to their property is held by the trustee in bankruptcy. The bankrupt cannot sell any property therefore, if they do, the title is not clear. You may lose the property to the creditors if someone tracks it down. You would then be out of the property and any money you paid for it.
You should be able to go to the DMV and get a duplicate. It takes about 5 days.
If the dealership holds the title (Buy Here, Pay Here) then yes. If the bank you financed it with already has the title and you have your tags, then no. The dealership can, however, place a judgment on you for the amount of the down payment.
This is an almost impossibility, unless the title has been doctored. If "the company" sold person A the car, the title contains that company's name as a lien holder, which means that the car cannot be transferred to another person without the approval of "the company". Look at a car title from a dealership, for example, and see what color it is. Then look at a title for a vehicle that is paid for and is free and clear. The dealership title has the dealership name on it as the lien holder, different color title. The free and clear title has no lien holder and is a different color. If a car has been sold with a lien holder, person A is responsible for payment for the car, regardless of who is driving it.
Cars don't go bankrupt - people, on the other hand, do - sometimes because of the car they bought. If you failed to make the payments on it, you have no right to the title - the lienholder does, as well as the right to repossess what is their property. So the short answer is that you don't.
a lien can be placed on a title without you giving them the title. call your states DMV and ask if you car has a lien on it. I think you will be surprised. Good Luck
That means you left "your" car parked at the dealership. You haven't returned anything.
A car should always have a title if not see the person you bought it from or see the dealership.
What kind of TITLE are you thinking about giving your sink?
I have seen this situation often. you can try dealing with the DMV but they often do not have the expertise for this. There are forms and affidavits you can fill out and file and according to the state you may or may not get the title. In some states you have to go to court. Many times you can get a title thru a State with easier rules and transfer it into your state. The quickest and easiest often is going to a title service company that guarantees there service.
Take your title to the dealership and they can make you a new key
that means u just bought a stolen car.
Without Title was created in 2006.
Whose NAME is the title in? Yours, or the dealership's? When you bought the vehicle, the auto dealership would supposedly transfer the title to you, but would also place a "lien" on the vehicle. IF THE TITLE IS IN YOUR NAME, simply tell the dealership to hand it over, and call the authorities if they refuse. IF THE TITLE IS NOT IN YOUR NAME, then you just may have a problem requiring the services of an attorney, assuming of course that you have fully paid for the vehicle.
Why did you buy it without a title. Good luck