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You refer to this person as your partner, but you say that you are a 100% shareholder. What do you refer to him as your partner?
Is he a director or officer of the company? If so, he may have apparent authority with respect to the ministry of transportation and on this basis the vehicle was transferred over.
In any event, if he did not have actual authority from you or the company to do this, then the transaction is fraudulent as between the company and his new company. Given the fact that he works for your company, police will not likely want to get involved, however.
As such, you would have to deal with things via a civil litigation matter.
He has also breached his fiduciary duties which he owes to the company if in fact he is a director or officer.
Depending on what you want to happen at this point, you have grounds to have him removed as a director or officer. You can also ask the court to set aside the transfer and force him to transfer the vehicle back.
This is not a simple matter and at this point, it is wise to speak with a commercial litigation lawyer in your area who can formulate a formal game plan for going forward.
Of course, it may also be very wise at this time to sit down with the person and let him or her know of your intentions to pursue legal action of the vehicle is not transfered back.
Hope this helps as a starting point.
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