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Answered 2005-04-01 15:41:07

You contact the LENDER and ask why. Did you have the required ins. coverage? How many payments did you make total? If the car was titled in the father's name it becomes part of his estate. Regardless of who made the loan or insurance payments. The vehicle will be entered into the estate assets/debts acccording to state laws. Any person having claims to assets or a debt owed by the deceased will have to file a claim in the probate court. (Macky..macky83@juno.com)

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