If two names are on the title seperated by a comma. What does this mean?
if you are on a car title and co signed for that vehicle, and it reads " you or them " can you register the vehicle
Two. The primary and the co buyer.
If there is no specific designation on the vehicle title the default laws of the state in which the vehicle is titled will apply.
If your names BOTH appear on the title - yes - you will both have to sign.
yes it can. and in order to sell vehicle, both people with name on title will both have to sign in order to release vehicle.
Names on title appear as either (and) (or) if the title is and then both signatures are required. if it is or then only one signature is required to modify ownership of title.
When a CA title has 2 names on it the way the names are recorded will decide who can sell the vehicle. If the names on the title read "person 1 / person 2" then both parties would have to sign off title to sell vehicle but when the title reads "person 1 or person 2 then only one of the two people have to sign the title in order to sell the vehicle. So basically if the names are recorded with a / (meaning end) between the names then both parties must sell but if the names are recorded with an OR between them then only one person has to sign off title for sale. Other states may be different, so check with your DMV to be sure. In some, "or" is used instead of "/."
The owner(s) is the person whose name(s) is on the title.
That depends on which party died. If the person who died is the one who signed the title over, then the vehicle belongs to the brother. If the brother who received the signed title is the one who died, then the vehicle belongs to his heirs or estate.