Contact your local police. If it has been reported stolen to the police they can find out.
NOT unless it was stolen. Stolen cars are reported stolen. Cars securing a loan in DEFAULT are reported as DELINQUENT to the credit bureau. If you choose to report the car stolen, go ahead. I would not reccommend it though. Filing a false police report is illegal in most jurisdictions.
If a finnancing reposesor has takin the car, and it was stolen from him. it would be listed as a stolen vehicle by the local police. when found would be immediately towed and impounded. until the "OWNER" of the car retrieves it.. Wich means the bank, or financing company that the car was bought from.
No, not unless it was the victim themselves who reported it. In that case you would certainly know who it was.
If you know it was stolen, yes, it would be illegal. If you purchase it through the police department, that would be legal.
IF it was REPORTED stolen, it would show as such. IF there was a lien on it, it would show as such.
No.Another View: The police may retain any items found in the car pending proof that they actually are your property.REMEMBER: The car was reported stolen... and then it was recovered and impounded. The perpetrators MAY have used the vehicle during a crime spree and stashed their stolen goods in the car. The owner of the stolen vehicle would not be the beneficiary of the stolen goods just because they were in his vehicle. and they may have to present proof that the items found in the car actually belong to them.
Depends on the law where you are, and on social attitudes.
Usually your local police department would have a log for stolen jewelry. If you have recently been burglarized, contact your local police station and report it asap.
If it was towed for unpaid tickets, the court would have had to order the towing. In VA, all cars that are towed must be reported to the police.
Absolutely not. That would be considered larceny. Any such act should be reported to the probate court immediately as well as to the police.Absolutely not. That would be considered larceny. Any such act should be reported to the probate court immediately as well as to the police.Absolutely not. That would be considered larceny. Any such act should be reported to the probate court immediately as well as to the police.Absolutely not. That would be considered larceny. Any such act should be reported to the probate court immediately as well as to the police.
In most cases you should report the theft to the police,especially if the prescription was for a controlled drug.You would also have to mention the theft to your doctor as you would need a replacement prescription for the stolen drugs so at to be able to keep taking your prescribed medications. All drug thefts should be reported to the police as the drugs stolen can be fatal to whoever takes them,they are intended for the patient and no one else.
I would call him my "exhusband".
You can report it as stolen, but the police will more than likely not take it very seriously. It would be better to have a repossession agency or individual deal with it. Issues like this can escalate and become violent.
As long as it is not stolen, to keep your ass outa trouble go to the police and tell the police the story on whats going. I had this same problem only thing is that I paid for the item and they reported it stolen, so I'm out $400 and a decent laptop. ------------ This would be a lesson for answerer number one to keep receipts. If someone gave me something then threatened to report to the police that I had stolen it. I would immediately return the item to that person and that would be it. No "thing" is worth the unnecessary hassle of trying to clear my name. It should also be a lesson to not accept "gifts" from someone you don't know well enough and don't know their motive for giving it to you.
Answer Stolen cars are impounded for a few reasons. One would be that the Police might want to check it for finger prints. Another reason that the car would be impounded is if it was stolen, and the police think it was stolen too easily, they might want to check for Insurance Fraud and last but not least, they might impound a car while trying to find the owner.
Just like you regularly would file a police report. They can track the phone and see who has it or where it is.
Yes, you can. Before reporting it stolen I suggest you record (with her permission and knowledge of recording) that you want car otherwise it will be reported stolen. If she refuses to give you the car then you can report it stolen. I would check with local police or county police as some will not care and do nothing but get your car back without arresting spouse. It depends upon the state you reside in and the circumstances under which the vehicle came into her possession. Simply because the vehicle is in one spouse's name does not translate into the other spouse being liable for grand theft auto or any criminal act.
If it has a serial number, ask your local police force to check it out. If it doesn't, it would be almost impossible for anyone to prove it was stolen.
call the police and if cant reafford everything stolen go to a yard sale
AnswerTake the weapon and the original police report to the nearest police station. AnswerI would inform the police if you filed a report. If you just misplaced it I would leave it at that otherwise I would have them check it to make sure that it possibly weren't used in a crime. AnswerCall the police and have them file a police report. They will add the gun in the NCIC database.
Usually a cancelled passport is due to Death of the owner of the passport, or if it is reported lost or stolen and is replaced with a new passport.
you will pay the balance that car would be worth unless it wasw reported stolen real early/ before repo
Assuming the stolen car was insured, the stolen cars insurance would be responsible. If the stolen car was not insured, the driver, if located would be responsible. If not located then the owner would probably be held responsible. Hopefully the struck vehicle is insured for "uninsured motorist" coverage. Filing the report after the accident would document the theft, but not neccesarily clear the owner of responsibility.
Call the police, file a stolen vehicle report(I would think that would be common sense). If you're willing to spend more money to find the vehicle, after reporting it to the police, you can attempt to hire a reposession company to search for the car provided you have some idea where the car is.