Q: Loan and title in ex girlfriends name, But I made all the payments on the vehicle. Can I sue for the financial loss !!!
Loan and title in ex girlfriends name, But I made all the payments on the vehicle not her. Now that the loan is paid off she refuses to sign the title over to me or give me the vehicle. If she will not do either which she has stated she will not, Can I file a Civil Suit against her for the payments that I made on the loan??
I have all statements and transaction history reports that clearly show that I made all the payments toward this loan not her, I either would like from the court the return of property to which I have paid for or the financial loss of
money which is thousands of dollars I am without now the money that I paid toward this vehicle, She has also refused to return any and all of my other property since are separation which has been recent and I have asked for the property many many times, She still refuses to return any of my property. I would like to recover all my property or the financial value loss of property which is well over $20,000 Thank You
A: On the personal property she took, you can sue in General Sessions for an Action To Recover Personal Property or for Conversion. Suit for an equitable lien on the car in Chancery is doubtful. Consult with a local attorney for advice. There may be other ways to gain leverage over her.
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