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Asked on: 9/25/09, 12:39 am

Almost 2 years ago a now ex boyfriends parents gave him the money to buy a trailor, the title is free and clear, they used money from their equity line on their house to buy it. He and I broke up, he deeded the place to me, his parents tore up the agreement with his signature on it and had me sign a different one. I never wanted the trailer though, and because I sold my house to be here I got forced to keep this place. Isnt he still liable for that original paper he signed?

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Answered on: 9/25/09, 7:11 pm by Dan Guinn

Whose name is the title in? That is what matters and not the piece of paper you signed.

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