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You recently bought a car from a man you believed to be the owner of the vehicle it turns out it was his brothers vehicle who now wants the vehicle back its now registered to you can he claim it back?

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2008-03-04 18:06:29
2008-03-04 18:06:29

Contact a lawyer immediately. You are going to need one.

The guy that sold you the car committed fraud. Tell him and his brother that unless you get fully reimbursed for the car (hopefully you didn't spend too much on repairs after you bought it) you will report him to the police and sue him. Next time you buy a car get ID from the seller to make sure it's titled to the seller.

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