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no, he would not be able to take any action against her. There is no crime committed here when it's in both of their names. If, and I do mean if, there was an order telling her to refinance in she did not comply with that, his only recourse would be to go to the court that issued the order and ask for an order holding her in contempt of court. But I can pretty much guarantee that the police would say that this is a civil matter and that they would not get iy.
*they would not get involved
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the only way that the police would get involved is if there was an allegation that she stole the vehicle, but such an allegation would be a false statement to the police, which would truly be a crime on his part, not your daughter's part.
So long as she can show that she is a part owner of the vehicle, there really is nothing that they could do to her, even if she had no intention of refinancing the vehicle.
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The financial agreement between them has been verbal except for child support order. (Which by the way, he is not paying the amount ordered by the court..another issue). She is being diligent in trying to refinance, but has credit issues.
I understand. Even if there was a written agreement saying that she would do this, without a court order there would be nothing that he could do other than file a breach of contract against her. If there was a court order, all he could do would be to file contempt against her. There is no crime, so the police will not get involved.
Thank you. She does have the contract with both of their names on it.
what I mean by that is a contract between her and him saying that she would refinance the vehicle, not the contract with the lender or seller.
Yes, I understand. Basically, he is just harassing her. Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX answered my questions.
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