Q: I had a 1977 camaro that was sold without my knowledge because of family disagreement..
I had a 1977 camaro it was originally titles in my name i invested money into the car along with the help of my daughter grandpa we had a agreement that once I paid off car he would give the title back well i moved out and the title was changed into his name is moved back in 2 years later they gave the car back it was going to be transferred into my name but then another family disagreement happened and the car was taken away again i was threatned with the car many of time i have text to prove it i have been looking for my car since July i just recently found it my ex family sold it to a car dealer but i was promised the car wouldnt go anywhere unless i said i didnt want it my question is is there anyway I can get my car back becuase i also had money into the car ans have written paper work from my ex grandfather and text i was being threatned that the car was going to be sold if i didnt do what they wanted
A: There are a lot of facts here. I would suggest that you talk with an attorney to determine if you were ever on title or if you had a contract. it sounds to me that you were not on title and there was no written contract. There may have been an oral contract. It would be a good idea to talk with someone soon, as things seem to change regularly in your situation.
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