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I would have reported it stolen too.
He is not going to pay the payment or insurance and with no insurance that can bring you a lot of problems
I do not buy the deal with the dealership either that will probably cost you money in the end
For the back money they are correct you can sue in small claims court but you would need to know where he is so that he can be served
Yes you can do it yourself without an attorney
if you try to repo it yourself that will not be free either
if it is reported stolen the police would impound and he would have no option but to give it up since the car is not in his name
I would play dumb and not know what he is talking about. At the end of the day the police should only focus on the fact that the car is in your name only and that he has no ownership interest so you can report it stolen since you revoked his permission to use the car and did not approve it being taken over state lines
Since it is financed I would advise the loan company as well that it is being reported stolen.
At the end of the day it is their car until you pay it off.
that is way too much I agree
I would have thought way less than that
that is more than most attorneys charge