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Legal Advice Please!?
I Traded In A Car About 4 Years Ago For A New Car. The Dealer Was A Family Friend. They Don'T Have Copies Of The Title Or Anything That I May Have Signed It Over. I Got A Notice In The Mail Saying That This Car Is Still Registered To Me And Its Still In My Name.It Was Impounded By The Police And Its Sitting In An Impound Lot. I Don'T Have The Title For It Or Any Paperwork On The Car And The Police Department Is Saying Its Still Mine. What Do I Do? Do I Have The Write To Still Go Get The Car? The Car Was Supposed To Be Sold At An Auction So I'M Not Sure If The Title Is Still In My Name Or Not?
With the limited information provided in your question, my legal advice is based solely on the facts that you have provided. Also, laws vary state to state and without this information, it makes it difficult as well to ensure my legal advice is 100% accurate.
First, if you traded this car in for a new car at a dealership regardless that it was a family friend, the dealership has to have some type of legal documentation that they took ownership of the vehicle. (the title or a bill of sale signed by both parties) Do you remember signing the title over or a bill of sale?
Second, if the police impounded the vehicle, I am assuming that some individual was driving the vehicle and for whatever reason (abandoned the vehicle, operating the vehicle while unregistered, not inspected and/or uninsured, driving without a valid drivers license) that is how the vehicle came to be impounded by the police. When you registered your new vehicle did you transfer your plates from the old vehicle to the new vehicle or did you leave your old plates on and get new ones? Another scenario could be that the individual driving the vehicle never did any of the above and attached plates that belonged to another vehicle and drove it around, in which case the police would have determined by the VIN # that you were/are still the legal owner of the vehicle.
My advice is to resolve this matter by getting the necessary documentation that proves you have not owned the vehicle for at least four years and bring it to the police. In order to get a car that had been impounded out, you must pay for the towing of the vehicle, all of the impound fees that have been incurred to date and any citations that may have been issued by the police. Since, you have mentioned the fact that this car is about to be or may have already been auctioned off and you obviously traded the vehicle for the one you currently have, why would you want to pay all of the money that is due to get the vehicle back? You should be more concerned with clearing your name of any ownership to the vehicle.
Please feel free to list any additional information under your question or email me if you prefer.
Several People Have Told Me To Apply For Legal Aid. What Exactly Is It?
What Do They Do? How Do You Apply For It? I Tried To Look It Up In The Phonebook But Did Not Find Anything. I Am Trying To Get Divorced Or Legally Seperated With Sole Custody Of My Daughter.
Legal aid I believe is a program sponsored by the government to provide low cost legal advice. They can tell you what you need to do and what forms you need to fill out and supply to the Court in the proceedings for your particular matter. The Court follows strict guidelines and deadlines to supply the proper documents in order for your case to continue and it can be very confusing to the average citizen that is not already familiar with the legal process. Call your local County Court or Superior Court (every state is different) and ask for information on how to apply. You can also look for a pre-paid legal service. These are usually paralegals (not attorneys) who can advise you and prepare legal documents for you at a fair cost.
How Does One Go About Getting Legally Separated From A Spouse?And Find A Good Divorce Lawyer?
Would hope you can work this out but if not - then to physically move to another location(either of you) is the beginning of the legal separation.....on paper, it is the filing of the divorce until finalized.
Divorce Attorneys these days are a dime a dozen......yellow pages if no personal recommendations.
Be prepared for your life to be forever changed if you proceed with this.
Where Can I Get A Malpractice Lawyer Very Cheap To Free.?
My Grandmother Passed Away August 16 I She Was Old And A Lot Was Wrong With Her But She Died Because Of The Doctors. Se Had Sometime Left Bt Tey Gae Hr So Many Fluids I Built Up Around Her Heart And Lungs And She Drowned.We Transfered Her To Baylor And They Kept Her Alive Forjust Long Enough To Say Goodbye.
You can talk to pretty much any lawyer for a free initial consultation and find out what type of case you have. Plus, many malpractice lawyers only get paid if you win your case. Before you do this, you'd better check with the rest of your family, especially her next of kin (husband or kids) to see if they agree with you.
Recipt Check After Checkout - Legal? My Rights?
I Wanted To Find Out What My Rights Are As A Consumer When It Comes To The Recipt Checks That Go On At Locations Like 'Sams Club, Wal-Mar, Bestbuy, And Cosco' When I Exit The Store.
I Would Like To Know If I Have The Right To Refuse The Person That Will Not Let Me Exit Until They Check Off My Receipt. Is There Anything Thats Related To The Concept &Quot; That Upon Completing A 'Trade' The Items Traded Are Now Legally Owned By The Receiver Of Items Received In The Trade&Quot; And Does That Now Give Me Rights Similar To The Forth Amendment Where I Can Refuse A Search?
Interesting. This is a case where the rights of two people or entities overlap, and therefore a court would probably grant that some reasonable compromise is necessary. You have the right to carry on your business without unreasonable interuptions and intrusions on your person and property.
The store, by contrast, has the right to take reasonable precautions to insure the safety and security of their merchandise.
It is unlikely that any court would rule that the practice of asking customers to produce a receipt is an unreasonably invasive practice, and could conceivably rule that the receipt check is part of the entire check-out process. This is especially true in membership clubs like Sams, where you have to sign a membership agreement. Furthermore, the store has the right (depending on the state) to detain people it has probable cause to believe may be attempting to committ theft. Refusing to show your receipt would raise the suspicion that you may be attempting to committ theft, and they might be within their rights to hold you until the situation can be sorted out ("sirbobby's" claim that they cannot hold you is premised on the idea that they could not sucessfully prosecute you for attempted larceny. That much is obvious, but beside the point).
In reality, it is likely that they would not attempt to physically stop you from leaving, with the associated legal liabilities.
However, regardless of what your rights in this case may or may nor be, you must remember that trade is inherantly a voluntary process by law. You can choose not to shop at a given merchant, and by the same token, that merchant can refuse to sell their wares to you. A store may not, of course, discriminate against you on the basis of your race, religion, sex, etc, but outside of that they are perfectly free to say, "We would rather that you do not return to this store."
Therefore, even if we do assume that you have the perfect right not to show your receipt, the store also has the perfect right not to sell to you. Therefore, if you didn't show your receipt, there is not much they can do about it, but the most likely result is that they would politely ask you not to return to their store. The store *is* private property, and yes, they can do that. Furthermore, if they have asked you to stay off of their private property, they can even call the police and have you thrown out if you come back.
All in all, the question of whether you have the right not to show the receipt is a moot point, since the store has an equally valid right not to sell to you in the future.
I Need To File For Bankruptcy But Can'T Afford A Lawyer! Not Ever One From A Referral Service. Any Ideas?
I'M A Single Mom Who Is Ready To Take Her Life Back! To Help Ends Meet, I Have Taken Out Cash Loans, Payday Loans, Etc And Now I'Ve Spiraled Out Of Financial Control. I'Ve Spoken With A Counselor From Cccs Who Has Recommended I File For Bankruptcy. I Make About $400 Too Much To Get Help From Legal Services & Can'T Afford To Pay $1000+ For A Lawyer. Anyone Have Any Ideas Or How I Can Find A Pro Bono Lawyer??
Ironic isn't it? It costs money to file for bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy is not cheap. That is why there are some special programs for low income people that helps take the cost down or eliminate them. So, the true answer to 'Can I file bankruptcy for free?' is actually yes - you just have to meet the special requirements.
It can be complicated. The only way to find your answer to this question is to check it out for yourself.
It is a tricky question if you ask about filing bankruptcy for free. However, you can get other information on bankruptcy for free before you decide on anything.