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Good morning. Given that your name is XXXXX XXXXX title, for whatever reason, you own 50% of the car. As a result, you have as much right to the car as he does and if you purchase his interest in the car, you should only pay 50% of the value of the car because you already own 50%.
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So he keeps saying his coming to get the car. Now I know he doesn't have a key and even if he did I had to get an alarm put on the car due to other issues. If he comes and takes the car without informing me, can I report the vehicle stolen