Sold a car
My husband, just recently, was deployed over seas. His Car (Kia sportage 2002) was titled in the state of West Virginia, but he had to go to Las Vegas to meet with his Army Unit. While there he sold his car to a ”friend”. He wrote out a bill of sale but did not recieve a copy of it. Also the title was signed over to the man he sold the car to. He was told by the man that he only had 1500 dollars of the 3300 we were asking and he said he would send 700 within a week, and 1100 by august 1st. This all happened July 1st, 2006. I have not recieved a penny, and when I try to contact him he will not return my calls. Is there anything that can be done, or becuase we do not have a copy of the bill of sale, are we out of luck?
Sold a car My husband, just recently, was deployed over seas.
Sold a car
Re: Sold a car
You will have to file a lawsuit in Nevada. When a car is sold it is possible to have the title liened until the debt is paid. That was not done. Unfortunately your husband is required to be present to testify as to any oral arrangment. You will have to wait until his return. If you can get a writing promising to pay that will assist you without your husband being present to testify. Gerald Hershenson Esq,
Law Office of Gerald M. Hershenson
309 Floral Vale Blvd
Yardley, PA 19067