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Subject: Re: Selling: When to sign over? Date: 1/13/2004 8:13 AM
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Personally, I would not let her take possession of the vehicle until everything is complete. Too many things could happen that could create all kinds of problems later on.

what could happen? seriously, what could happen that would injure the seller? he has been paid in full with certified funds, the car is insured, he has a signed bill of sale, all he is waiting to do is deliver title. i'm not an attorney. state laws vary. maybe in some state there is a risk to the seller. please enlighten me as to where his risk is? i guess in a litigation happy country where people are comfortable lying when it benefits them, there is a risk.... maybe that's what you are worried about.

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