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Bought a motorcycle and need help transferring it to my name.?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 09:21:14    Popularity:     

Tags: Bought  motorcycle  transferring  

I bought a motorcycle and I got the title. When I went to the dmv, the person how sold me the bike did not complete the transfer. It is under a different person who I don't know. The motorcycle is not stolen and there are some fees due. What can I do

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There's nothing YOU can do. The seller has to do what he should do.

You can't. Nice job.

Sorry kiddo, but only a dealer can transfer a title from a previous owner. You need to have the guy you bought it from process the title in his name and then he can transfer the new one to you once he gets it. Otherwise you're S.O.L. for being a dumbass and need to get your money back if you can.

You did not do your job and make sure the sellers ID matched the title name. This is title skipping. Pay the back do fines or enjoy your yard ornament.

Call the police and report it. See if the cops can find the rightful owner. See if the owner will sell it to you. Have the owner fill out the tranfer correctly. Give the transfer to DMV.

Go to some other state instead of State of Delusion to register it. A actual state may have a simple form to fill out that will cost you $5.00 extra, drops leftover fees from previous owner. Other actual state you'll be responsible for unpaid registration. Wo Bist Du? You got a 'open title'? or a not transferred to second seller title? sale tax due? What is actual problem, actual state- and actual age of bike?

Find the true owner of the bike. If you cannot find him, see a lawyer and apply for a bonded title.

Find the person whose name is on the title and have him sign it.

Why didn't you ask at the DMV what is required?

How do you know it is not stolen? That would be exactly what I would believe. You will need to find the person whose name is on the title. That is the owner of the bike and only he can sign it over to you. If you cannot find him go to the police and see if the bike is stolen. That way you avoid a charge of receiving stolen property. If it is stolen you just lost whatever you paid for the bike.



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