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What type of liability is associated with having your 18-year-old daughter move out of your house while driving a vehicle titled in your name?

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2006-03-27 18:36:27
2006-03-27 18:36:27

Advice: Give the car to her (change title to her name). You'll be on the hook for property damage she causes.

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