in most states, as long as you have a bill of sale with the date of sell, signitures and driver liscense number of the person buying, you should be OK. if the new owner never registers the vehicle, and is driving the car with false or no plates, he will eventually get caught. If the new owner gets parking tickets on the vehicle, or if the vehicle gets towed, you need to prove that you sold the vehicle by presenting the bill of sale, and proof of the person you sold the vehicle to, via liscense number, name, address ect.
The car will be seized by the police the engine torn out by a Huck Drill and the chassis crushed.
No, a co-owner cannot sell a car without the primary owner. Both people have to be present for the sale of this car to go through.
You cannot sell the car as you do not own it. The only thing you can do is try and persuade the owner to sell the car.
If you are the owner of a car, you can legally sell it to anyone you choose. If you sell it to someone who cannot actually afford to pay for it, you may never get paid. But it is up to you, whether you wish to trust your buyer or not.
No. Only the legal owner of a vehicle may sell it.
Only the administrator of the estate, or any person the car was willed to can sell the car.
If the other owner is on the title then they are needed. If the other individual was just a cosigner on the loan then they are not needed to sell the vehichle. This information should be on the back of the vehichle's title.
Yes it is legal. You can sell the car in any state. The taxes will be paid in the state that the buyer registers the car in.
The person listed on the title is the only person allowed to sell the vehicle.
Some insurance companies will sell the car back to the owner. Others sell the totaled car to a salvage yard.
No, not if both of you are on the title.
The buyer does, seller can sell without registration on it, it is up to the new buyer if he/she wants to register it.
If you are the "private" seller you do not collect sales tax. If your states requires sales tax to be paid on a private sell then the DMV will collect it when the buyer registers the car.
The only way you can sell the car is if you sell it for enough money to pay the bank off to get the title to the new owner. If you sell it and keep the money that is a crime.
You cannot sell a car for salvage unless you have the title with you listed as the owner with no lean on the car. If there is a lien on the car you cannot sell it without having the lien removed.
No. You cannot sell a car unless the Certificate of Title is in your name. If it isn't then you are not the owner. Trying to sell may constitute fraud or you may be selling stolen property.
You can find a car sale by owner by either posting an ad on craigslist writing that you are interested in purchasing a car or you can go to dealerships and ask for a list of owners who are willing to sell their cars.
Yes you can sell it and even have it registered to the new owner, but the lien will remain on the vehicle until its paid. The new owner can make payments to you but if they fall behind it will land on your shoulders. The best bet is to have the new owner pay you the amount of the loan upfront as payment for the car, therefore you pay your loan and they buy their car.
title jumping is when you sell a car to person a, then person a sells the car to person b. Person a never changed ownership of the title to their name and person b didn't either. which means your still the owner of the car. I had a friend that sold his car to guy, the guy sold the car to a woman. She got into a terrible accident and by law they were responsible for the accident because the titled owner of the vehicle is financial responsible for liability. He had to prove he was no longer the owner of the vehicle.
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If you mean the car McLaren F1, you will have to find a owner which is willing to sell it.
She can if she is listed on the Certificate of Title as an owner.However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.She can if she is listed on the Certificate of Title as an owner.However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.She can if she is listed on the Certificate of Title as an owner.However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.She can if she is listed on the Certificate of Title as an owner.However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.
Typically, no a felon cannot sell a car at a dealership in California. Unless, of course, they are the outright owner of the car in which they are trying to sell to the dealership, (and have all the paperwork to prove this true) OR they are under an employment agreement with the dealership, and it is their job to sell cars at the dealership.
regardless of the state if you have the title and you are on the title as THE owner, it is your car and you do what you like, moraly it may be wrong but legal the previous owner cant do anything
If the title is not in your name, you do not have the right to sell it to a junkyard.