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Legally, when a person sells a car, there is an implied warranty
that the person will be able to title and register it in his name. If a dealer refuses to do so within a reasonable time, the buyer may sue for a full refund. The car would then be returned to the dealer. What is reasonable can vary, but there is no reason that a seller should not be able to get a title to a new car within three months. That means that, if you were to file suit, the judge would likely order him to give you a refund.
The other option, to avoid going to court, is to send a demand letter, via certified mail, giving the dealer a specific amount of time to produce the title or you will sue. Typically, a demand letter might give someone a week or ten days to resolve the issue. If he's not going to work with you, though, you can just go ahead and file a lawsuit.
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