it belonged to my 30 year daughter my name wasnt on the registration just hers and not on her loan either
I think that maybe I wasnt clear on the first question. Why was they able to take the vehicle when it wasnt listed in the court documents and I had the sheriff pull up the registration and it shows my daughter as owner They pull the records through the motor vehicle dept of the state. There was two other vehicles checked and they showed my name on them but they were not taken so what goes with that.
Thank you just one more thing that is on my mind. Should not the writ of execution/judgement state what should be seized? The writ was against me only no one else so should it have been something of mine seized?
i understand that but should not have the sheriff told him(lawyer) that only items in my name that were non exempt be seized. Or does the lawyer have the right to say what can be seized even though it did not belong to me. There were several properties that could have been seized in my name. The writ had to include her(daughter) and any of her items did it not I hope I am understanding you right. Can I say the property was stolen off my property if they had no right to take the pickup belonging to my daughter. I have a feeling that the lawyer was wrong
thank you so much!!!! can this be printed for my records?
Thank you again I look forward to talking to you again Please stay on the line with me as I go through what I am going to do today. I am going to go to the court house and do paperwork on the vehicle being stolen Thank you How do I pay you?
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