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If Someone Signs Over A Car Title To You But The Title Is In Both Names,tag Is In Your Name?

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If Someone Signs Over A Car Title To You But The Title Is In Both Names,tag Is In Your Name?

Postby Haley » Tue Aug 01, 2017 8:05 am

Conflict or anger itself does not have to cause an irreparable rift between partners. With good communication skills and a shared commitment to a marriage, even these are surmountable.
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However, at that point where one partner is at the brink of abandoning the relationship, how can the remaining partner save their marriage? If you are at the point where your spouse has asked for a divorce, what can you do?

You must realize first that, you do have a choice. Often, when confronted by a crisis, we find ourselves backed into a corner thinking we have no choice in the matter. How can we change the situation when it involves another person's feelings or decisions? While we cannot, must not and in no way manipulate, blackmail or threaten our partner into changing their mind, we can actually control how we react to the situation. If anything, you must realize that you still have control over yourself. You have the opportunity to look inward and take responsibility for your own feelings and actions and even have the chance to take personal inventory of what your partner is trying to tell you. Are there points in your marriage that must be changed? If so, respond appropriately and proactively.
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If Someone Signs Over A Car Title To You But The Title Is In Both Names,tag Is In Your Name?

Postby Bradbourne » Fri Aug 04, 2017 6:37 am

Once they sign over the title they give up ownership.
You need to send in the paperwork to get a new title in your name.
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If Someone Signs Over A Car Title To You But The Title Is In Both Names,tag Is In Your Name?

Postby Humph » Fri Aug 04, 2017 6:42 am

Yes in tell it has been handed over to DMV this change according to them has not taken place. This is also why most state DMV's also place time limits on the time a change is made to how long you have to turn in the paper work or the clock starts over. Normally most will believe that once signed that ends any owner ship but that can be debated in court but tell there legally taken off that title they are also legal owners. Now if a say divorce is also involved that also changes things as then no matter what the title say in many states if the party that is wanting back owner ship can prove they funded at lest half of the cost of the auto they could in that case as it would fall under community property then and if your in a community property state any goods bought in that marriage with joint money become community property unless one can prove they bought / received the auto threw no community moneys such as an inheritance that was not commingled ever, moneys had before the marriage no matter how long that may be or a gift to them by another person and this can be proven it was not to both but only the one ( hard one to prove by the way)

So as you see with more info a better answer could be given so with what was given I tried to cover all bases

Now that said if it?s not in a marriage and or a co relationship that?s ending I would get a new title ASAP

Good luck on this
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If Someone Signs Over A Car Title To You But The Title Is In Both Names,tag Is In Your Name?

Postby Connor » Fri Aug 11, 2017 10:02 am

The moment the person signs the back of the title they no longer own the vehicle.
They have no right to take it back.

What you need to do is to bring this title to the DMV and have the name removed completely from the title.
This eliminates any question of legal ownership.
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If Someone Signs Over A Car Title To You But The Title Is In Both Names,tag Is In Your Name?

Postby Berwyn » Sun Aug 13, 2017 6:45 pm

If they did have rights they would have to take it to a small claims court, first and foremost, however in order to sale the vehicle it would require signatures from both parties, depending on how the names are stated on the title. Example: Jane Doe and John Doe, or Jane Doe and/or John Doe. From my understanding......Which would make sense.
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