David Earl Phillips' answer If there is no lien against the title you would be able to sell the bike in my state, Tennessee. If Rhode Island is a title state also you should be OK with selling the bike. Hope it works out. Good luck!
Neville Bedford's answer I just reread the second posting of the same question. You were tricked BUT you legitimately purchased ITUNES cards. That is a problem. Contact the Itunes seller and see if they might be able to reverse those charges and cancel the cards. It is possible you may have no recourse as you were duped into believing that law enforcement is now accepting ITUNES payments. Much like the bitcoin - western union and other scams that are operating.
Neville Bedford's answer Contact your credit card companies dispute resolution department and let them know you would like to dispute these fraudulent charges. Report the scam to the attorney general's office to help protect others.
Neville Bedford's answer I am not a mechanic but I suspect these two items may be related and suspect it is possible that they were unaware of the O2 sensor problem before the very expensive Catalytic converter was replaced. Hopefully, you came to some arrangement to keep your car on the road, This fellow seems to have figured out how to do it himself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEoCVvhi0Xw Of course, I am not recommending tearing your car apart yourself unless you have the skills and tools to do that.
Neville Bedford's answer It can be as short as 0 miles if there isn't one or if the vehicle is sold "as is" by a private party. If you did bargain for a warranty, read it. That will tell you exactly what you bargained for. If you are dealing with a car dealer who is refusing to honor their warranty, consider finding and hiring an attorney who is well versed in this area.
Neville Bedford's answer If you are working as an agent for an attorney, you are an extension of that attorney. As long as it is a claim being pressed by the attorney you should be OK. Have you considered asking the attorney you are working for?
Robert Jason De Groot's answer Hire an attorney, at least go have a full discussion with one. This forum does not lend way to the type of information that the attorney needs to learn, and is not confidential at all.
Neville Bedford's answer Perils for the Borrower or the Lender ? I would suggest whichever side you are on that you secure a qualified contracts attorney to ensure that your agreement is comprehensive and fully embodies your rights and obligations.
Neville Bedford's answer Rule 60 is generally used to vacate a judgement wrongly entered. This does not sound like what you are describing. Depending on whether the matter is civil or criminal - in the state - district - or federal court, there are various instances where Rule 60 may be applicable. Consult with a qualified attorney in the area to review the specific facts and circumstances.
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