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Need clarification please. (1) Who is listed on the current title as "Seller" and "Buyer" and (2) Did the nephew buy the car from Tyler Chavous personally or did he buy it from Car Bucks after Tyler sold the car to Car Bucks?
Okay, so it looks like the last seller is Chavous and he sold to your nephew. I still am not clear on why the DMV told your dad to fill out an affidavit of correction. What part are they saying needs to be corrected?
Also, if you are wanting to title the car now in your name, it appears that you would have to do a purchase from your nephew if all the original papers indicate that your nephew was the buyer and Chavous was the seller.
Okay, the first thing to try is to go there with the affidavit of correction and try to get the car titled to your name. This may require you to get a hold of Chavous since it appears that he signed in the wrong place. Since neither your dad nor your nephew have been identified on the title as buyers/tranferees you may still be able to get your name put on there but it may require Chavous's help.
So, first look at the affidavit and tell me what info is required and we can go forward from there.
You may want to select one or more of the options as to why a correction is needed as I cannot see what went wrong on the title without viewing it. I would try that avenue second.
If Chavous cannot be located, I like your second idea better and I would suggest trying that bond form first. If that fails then try the correction affidavit. If both of those fail, you will need to file a declaratory judgment action with the court and have the court order the title transfered in your name.
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