Hello I bought a car from a woman September 22 2016 today is October 27 2016. This just happened by the way. We came to an agreement that I ll make my first payment someday around the week of the 20th. I called her because my tags were out and needed new ones. Remind you we discussed the payment arrangement out
Hello I bought a car from a woman September 22 2016 today is October 27 2016. This just happened by the way. We came to an agreement that I ll make my first payment someday around the week of the 20th. I called her because my tags were out and needed new ones. Remind you we discussed the payment arrangement out over the phone. I have proof of that. So I meet up with the lady she changes tags and leaves me stranded were we meet up at. She drives off in the car i was making payments on that she sold me. I don t have documentation of when she sold me the car because everything was left in the car with my signature on it. All I have is the tag paper and inspection paper. Can I take this woman to court?
You don't need help. You need to pay her more money.
Your proof doesn't mean SQUAT.
You got a 35 day rental for $300. The cheapest rental car would be about $35 a day.
So at the very least, you owe her $925. $35×25= $1225 less the $300 you paid.
So yeah, go ahead & sue. It will cost you money and you will lose.
I would have never sold you a car for $300 down. But even if I sold you a car for $800 down, you can bet your last dollar I would have taken it back long before 35 days.
If you don't have a signed agreement between you two I don't see how you'd prove your case. She has the car and the title. I think you're out of luck. Next time you make a deal don't be so naive.
The sale was not handled in the proper way. If she agreed to accept payments then the title should have been transferred to you with a lien on the title in her favor. Absent a written agreement you have nothing!
IS the title in her name? Doesn't matter what other paperwork you have. If the title wasn't signed over to you, she still owns it. If it was signed over to you and you registered it including paying for a title in YOUR name, then she committed grand theft auto.
You can take anyone to court for anything. But in your case, you will lose. Sounds like you didn't live up to your part of the deal.
You called her because HER tags expired as you apparently were still driving with HER tags.
What do you have in writing ????