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I want to transfer a car title into my name and the title never got transfered to the guy I bought it from?

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what state are you from in ca you can go to the dmv pick up a pink sheet or a transfer of owner ship form fill in your info an have the real owner sign it an get it done if you use white out you will void the that title cause all corrections have to have a sign off with owners initials more
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White out? Absolutely not. It will void the title completely. The guy you bought the car from has to get the title in his name first. He has to pay the taxes on the vehicle. Then he can sell it to you. He is just trying to avoid paying taxes on the purchase price of the vehicle when he bought it. He can't do that. And he can't legally sell you something he doesn't own! If you gave paid him for the vehicle, take the vehicle back and get your money back immediately. If you haven't paid for it yet, don't pay for it until you see he has a title in his name. Whiting out on a title will only complicate a complicated issue. A title is a legal document, and can NOT be altered in any way. White out, crossing out, erasing. Any alterations will void it completely. And in that case, the person's name that is on the front of the title has to apply for a duplicate title. more
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In my state, the title has to be notarized in the presence of the buyer and seller to be legal. more
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Don't get involved ! What was done here is called "jumping the title" mostly done to avoid sales tax and other fees. Jumping titles is illegal. The seller Must furnish the buyer with a merchantable title at the time of the sale and the buyer should never ever fork over a cent til he has that valid title in his hands. If you have already foolishly paid for this car, see if you can return it and get your money back...or insist that you be given a valid title. more
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That is so very illegal and might even land up both parties behind bars. You must get the deed/title from them as soon as possible. While I have heard about many people getting away with it (to evade tax), but that is quite not for long.
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