It sounds like a fraudulent car dealer has sold the title to your vehicle multiple times. Unless the dealership voluntary gives you the title through request, the only other way would be to attend the creditor's meeting and filing a creditor's claim in bankruptcy court. I suggest hiring a creditor's right's attorney to represent your interest wherever the bankruptcy has been filed. You will not have to attend this hearing, your attorney will on your behalf. Otherwise, breaking up the parts and selling parts separately is your alternative because there will be no other was to export the vehicle without title.
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thankyou, I have the car in my US shippers possesion, I fully payed for it 3 weeks before they went bankrupt can any one claim they own it and take possesion, apparently after I took delivery a texas title was issued with a lien on it . PAUL
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I repeat that I have the car in my US shippers possesion I fully payed for it3 weeks before they went bankrupt can anyone claim they own it and try to take possesion, apparently 4 weeks after I took delivery and 2 weeks after they filed for bankruptcy someone had issued a new Texas title with them listed as holding a Lien on it. PAUL SCHOFIELD
Expert can not veiw my question there fore no answer , poor result sorry. Paul
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