No, You are not liable.
If The Car Is In Your Name , You Are Liable !! Unless You Have Legal Proof You Sold It.
until the car reaches it value in fees
Without a legal contract it is "Buyer Beware" or "Sold as is".
Yes, it can.
Pay what you owe.
The lender who holds the note on your car, is the one that repossessed your car.
If your was repossed you need to call the car company and pay your car
Anyone's car can be "repossessed" if they don't make their car payment.....
IF it is YOUR car, yes.
whatever the worth is of the car or more
Yes you can .You must tell the buyer that the car has no title and the parts are sold as is.
Yes the person crashed the car is directly liable, but if you gave him the car and he was drunk or etc. you are also liable
Parts for car are components of a car. They are used to renew the car, or after the initial components are damaged, they can be replaced. (After an accident, for example) Car parts are sold in car repair shops or online.
No, the lienholder usually forces insurance on you car and you are liable for the premium. When you purchase your own insurance they will take the difference from the premium off of your balance, but you will still be liable to pay for the months that you were not insured. I recomend you hurry and get insurance on your car. The insurance your bank provides is no good, not only that, but you can risk having your car repossed if it is not insured.
Oh yes. You need to get that title in the name of the new owner.
Well, most people associate nitro car parts with remote controlled cars, which are sold at hobby stores. For full scale cars you would likely do better at a specialty store.
Nope. Nothing bolted or wired. They are now part of the car. Sorry.
Yes, if other terms of the contract are breached, such as having no car insurance.
you should probably call your bank. or whoever loaned you the money for the car. they should know where it is
No u can get ur car repossed any day and any time.
Yes, and they will. The can garnish up to 25% of your wages.
You are no longer liable provided you notified dmv. Sounds like the new owner lost it.