I Sold My Car But The Buyer Never Registered It
I sold my car and the buyer never registered in his name. What are my rights?
If you have sold a car and gone on to sign a legitimate sale agreement for a new ore, you are not responsible for anything that happens or what the new ore does.
It seems that Texas offers you the option to keep your car's license plate ($ 5 transfer fee) or leave it in the car. If you have decided to keep the license plate and move it to your new car, the new supplier is responsible for obtaining a new license plate. If you let them in the car, the new seller will also have to transfer it on your behalf. You must have all copies of the insurance certificate issued by the car and although the police can arrest anyone who is driving, you have to show the police proof of purchase and they must be satisfied that you are responsible. Are not. Party for this car.
I'm also adding a link to the TTX DOT to read the sales, transfer / file registration section, just to make sure you have everything legally required and comfortable.
http://www.dot.state.tx.us/fre frequently_ asked_questi ...
I'm not sure about its condition, but you can be held responsible for anything related to the car if you do not collect the rebate after selling the car. You will better check with the DMV and find out if it applies to Texas as well. If so, please provide documentation.
As long as you have signed the document and entered the date, it is your responsibility to do the rest. Depending on the state in which you live, it is often expensive to study and transfer records. I'm sure he'll be with you soon. Here in Illinois it costs $ 300.00 and for that you can get a lot of money.