NO Because there is a lien on it.
You are confusing me. The primary borrower should have the registration, insurance, and possession of the vehicle, not the cosigner. I am currently going through a situation where I cosigned for a car for my sister. Due to her lack of making payments, I have hired an attorney to try to obtain possession of the vehicle. Both her and I are listed on the registration/title as 'or'. She has possession of the vehicle, the registration (which I obtained a copy of from the Motor Vehicle Office) and carries the insurance. My attorney tells me although I am on the title, registration, and loan, in oder to 'take' the car I have to go to court and have the judge issue a Writ of Possession. This being the case, depending on your state laws (I am in Florida), the other person would likely have to go to court to get the Writ of Possession to take the vehicle from you. I have learned the hard way (I am quite jaded because of this experience) the person who has the car in their possession has most of the rights - regardless of who is making the payments. Hope this helps. DON'T EVER CO-SIGN FOR A CAR FOR ANYBODY NO MATTER WHAT!!! PLEASE LEARN FROM MY MISTAKES!!!
She can do that. It is legally her car and according to the paperwork, the state will view it as "she was renting the car to you." She has every right to take the car away, it will hurt her credit if she can't come up with the money to make payments. You are obviously not responsible enough to own a car or you could have made a purchase on your own. Next time, purchase under your name so you are responsible and liable if a payment is missed.
your sister your sister
The sister vehicle of the Isuzu Trooper is the Acura SLX
Since your sister never registered the vehicle to her name, she will have to contact the previous owner and ask him/her to apply for a duplicate title at your local tax assessor/vehicle registration office. Information required will be the vehicle make and model, the VIN, and the previous owner in whose name the vehicle was last registered. Other info may be needed.
Not automatically NO. It depends on why you are lending her your vehicle. If your sister already has Full coverage or liability insurance and you are loaning her your car temporarily while her vehicle is repaired, undriveable etc. Then your sisters insurance policy will automatically cover a temporary replacement vehicle with the same coverage she has on her own vehicle, whatever that may be.
All you should need is a piece of mail that has your name on it.They may require it to be a bill of some sort.
no he has a sister named jazmyn he only gets to see her every few months
Not very likely,but then my sister had hers for almost 3 months after getting pregnant with her son.And then sister-in-law the whole 10 months(40 weeks). So nothing is impossible
No you have to wait at least six months my sister has one and she has to wait six months.
me and my sister are in probate and faceing foreclosure because of miscommunication on the mortgage payments, what can we do?scared of losing mothers home.
14 years and 5 months.
yes i suppose so actually i would think lots of sisters would like a gift like that
1. S = 5B 2. S + 1 = 2(B + 1) So 5B + 1 = 2B + 2 ie 3B = 1 This suggests that brother is 4 months old, making sister 20 months. 1 year later brother is 16 months and sister 32 months. These satisfy the terms of the original statement.
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no she isn't im her sister i sould know
as a matter of fact you do!....my sister had to get one for my niece when she was 5 months old
yes. her sister is only 11 months younger than Ori
There is no exact age of when a baby starts to walk because every baby is different. My sister started walking when she was 1 year and 3 months but then my other sister was quicker and started when she was 9 months. Hope this was helpful and good luck!
If your boyfriend is listed as the registered owner and the loan is in his name then it is his responsibility to deal with the payments, insurance ect. I would hope since it is a financed vehicle that you have full coverage which should help in this situation. Unless he has something in writing from his sister promising to pay, or unless he transferred the loan and title he is pretty much out of luck if she will not do the right thing and pay as she has promised to her brother.
yes, if that sister has resided with you 6-12 months of the previous year and you have taken care of that sister,I know this because my 11 year old brother resides with me and I file him on my taxes
If paid in advance (as most insurance policies are) the insurance is good until the day it expires whether the purchaser is still alive or not. The bigger question is; does his sister have the legal right to use the deceased's vehicle? Unless she is a co-owner of the vehicle it becomes the property of the deceased's estate and falls under the control of the Executor of the estate.