Tammy Lyn Wincott's answer I'm sorry for your loss and the difficult situation it has put you in. I suggest you consult with a DTPA (Deceptive Trade Practice) lawyer in your area; one who has experience in vehicles. I'm not a DTPA lawyer and the only reason it comes to mind is I know one in San Antonio who has a lot of experience with auto companies; if you were here, I would refer you to him.
Marshall Jason Ray's answer Laws prohibiting workplace discrimination do not provide an immunity to a person who discriminates against a class to which the person belongs. Under Federal laws, typically only the employer can be sued for illegal discrimination, not individuals acting on the employer's behalf. Many state laws, however, allow for the individuals (such as supervisors) to be sued for violating the State's anti-discrimination laws. Those individuals are not off the hook for illegal discrimination just because...
Robert Jason De Groot's answer Go see a local attorney about this. Perhaps you can file a partition case in court in your state, or perhaps there is some other resolution to the problem that an attorney can help you with.
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