If a vehicle is willed to the owners son, but the grandson's name is also on the vehicle title, who does the vehicle go to? In order for it to go to the grandson, does his name also have to appear on the loan or can it just be on the title?
Answered on: 6/21/13, 4:02 am by Timothy Klisz
If it were real estate, the grandson would clearly be the owner. With a car, he is at least half owner, but probably full owner under joint ownership. Doesn't matter if not on loan, but loan still needs to be paid off.
Did you find this answer helpful?
0 Users found this answer helpful.
0 Attorneys agree with this answer.
Klisz Law Office, PLLC 39111 W. Six Mile Rd. Livonia, MI 48152► Other answers from this attorney