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Person 1 is keeping a vehicle (motorcycle) of person 2 (the

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person 1 is keeping a vehicle (motorcycle) of person 2 (the real owner with clear title) will not give it back because person 1 said person 2 owes him money, but person 1 is not a business and no permission was given for work to be done on the bike. can person 2 just go get the vehicle? if person 1 brought the vehicle to a parking lot (away from person 1's home) to give lessons on the vehicle and person 2, just took the vehicle and rode off, is that legal?
in reality, person 1 wants a relationship with person 2 and is holding her bike so she will have to visit him
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Sam replied 1 year ago.
HelloThis is Samuel. Yes, if person 2 has the title, they can get the bike from person 1 simply by taking it as long as they do not trespass onto person's 1 property to do so.
Expert:  Sam replied 1 year ago.
Person 1 can then file a lawsuit to try to claim the money they say is owed.