Hello again, Baron, and thank you for clarifying the situation for me.
Since the dealer has been unable to provide you with title to the vehicle, they are in breach of your sales agreement and that would typically support a cause of action against them for damages you have sustained as a result of their breach.
There are a few options to resolve this situation. It would not cost you anything to file complaints with the BBB and state consumer protection agency
. If the dealer wishes to protect their reputation, they will work to resolve the matter through those processes normally.
If they do not, then it is likely you would need to retain a local consumer protection or contracts law attorney to communicate a demand to the dealer or legal action will follow. You would typically be entitled to any costs you have incurred as a result of their breach and they would have to take back the vehicle or compensate you for any costs to obtain a clear title.
If they wish to avoid a lawsuit, a written demand from an attorney will often be effective in resolving such matters.
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