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  • "The Hawaii certificate of ownership of title is held by the legal owner or the lien holder until the lien is satisfied (loan on vehicle is paid). The registration is issued to the purchaser who must keep the certificate in the vehicle." Without getting into the specifics of setting up a contract to ensure that you have recourse in case of default (a scenario all too common these days, unfortunately), let's assume you are happy that you have a smart contract with a detailed agreement you can live with and that is likely to be respected by your buyer. What remains, then, is to make over the title as the lien holder. To protect yourself from liability, you as the seller must submit a form indicating that you have sold the vehicle and are holding a lien. Typically, this can be done on the back of the certificate of title itself, but there may be separate forms required to indicate certain details of the sale. The buyer, who will become the registered owner, is typically required to send in the forms to register the vehicle, including certificates from any required tests or inspections, although as the current owner, you could assist with that. If possible, you might want to make the transfer at the local motor vehicles department office, so that the staff there can help make sure that you don't forget any important paperwork.
  • First, RETHINK what you are doing. If the guy cant get financing on his own, he is a bad credit risk. Your "contract" wont do much for you. Sure, a judge might agree and say, yep he owes you money. That doesn't make the deadbeat pay. If you insist, its easy. Fill out the buyers name, date & mileage and then put YOUR name & address where it says lien holder. Then, after he registers the car, they will send the title to you as security. If the guy pays you off, you sign where it says "release of lien" and give it to him. Again, I strongly encourage you NOT to do it. And if you do, make a spare set of keys. Your contract should SPECIFICALLY spell out your right to repo the car if he is ever late. Sub prime lenders charge 21-29% interest and pay 60-70% of face value for such loans. Unless you are getting an extra 20%, you are nuts.
  • confident, you may pass the automobile into your call with out buying plates/tabs at the instant. in a protracted time, once you're waiting to furnish evidence of coverage and get tabs/tags/plates, you purely pass in to the DMV and make those purchases. in the intervening time, the automobile would be issued a selection and the record will tutor that plates/tabs/tags weren't issued. After the automobile is titled, you need to pass to a distinctive state, have the automobile transported there, and identify/plate it in that state. you may desire to have your pal launch activity on the identify previous to shifting, it's going to make the approach lots less complicated. Tax would be due on the acquisition cost on the time you pass identify. whether it rather is a modern, you desire a fact out of your pal that it rather is being gifted, whether it rather is a sale, have the bill of sale dated and the completed quantity of purchase cost listed.
  • You will have to sign the title, but show yourself as lienholder. They wont own the title, you will and when it is paid for you sign it over to them.
  • OK, where to start. I am from the U.S. and have been living in Japan for about the past 10 years. Last year I decided to get married to my girlfriend of 3 years. She is Japanese. We thought that the best way to celebrate our wedding was to do it in Hawaii. This would be perfect because we can have a memorable event plus do it at sort of the half way point between the U.S. and Japan so guests from both sides can make the trip. The wedding is in 3 weeks and I started putting word out last summer when I returned home to the U.S. Of course, at that time, everyone I told was "definitely going." As time has gone on, people have dropped like flies from going to the wedding. The main excuses were the lack of money and lack of work holidays though I am sure they could have told me this immediately after telling them about my wedding. My main problem is with one of my best friends. Last summer, he told me that he was definitely going but if possible, have the wedding in early June because he was the Best Man at another wedding at the end of June. We took this into consideration and planned our wedding for early June. He didn't really keep in touch after that. So I reminded him at the beginning of the year our planned wedding date was the beginning of June. He then said to make it more towards the middle of June as he was a teacher and wouldn't be on holiday until then and could easily make it. So we decided our wedding date for the 21st as this was the only day we can get a reservation and it was our bf/gf anniversary date. So the invitations went out to everyone. My friend never RSVP'd so in April I decided to try to text him because we had to start knowing how many people were coming to have a head count for the wedding planner. He mailed back after a few weeks and said he surprised about the cost of flights and sorry for the late response because he was looking for a new job so would probably just come for the wedding ceremony and fly out the next day. I am renting a condo with my family and my wife's family and we were full but he asked if he could crash on the sofa. However, this is impossible because we are already full and if the landlord of the condo sees that an extra person is there, we would have to forfeit our hefty deposit. So I suggested that him and my other friend who he knows can rent a room together. He agreed and decided to do so. So I gave the headcount to the wedding planner as the deadline was near a few weeks ago. Today, my friend e-mailed me and said that he was not coming. He said the weekend before was some sort of party for his brother who is expecting a child and that he would have to spend a lot of money. Also he said that the president of his school was having a conference on the week of my wedding and that he would have to go. This is the same job that he was supposedly quitting but now he is going to a conference for them? He said he was sorry and how weddings were important for him. I know that the issue came right down to money. I mean I would have loaned him the money if it was an issue because it would mean a great deal for me for him to be at my wedding. I am extremely hurt by this and I would have flown all the way to U.S. mainland or anywhere to have attended his wedding when he decides to do so. I know that this is a usual problem of a location wedding and I should appreciate the guests that are coming. However I still have a lack of understanding of those who decide not to come nor make any effort though I have been a great friend and supporter to them. With my friend, should I e-mail him back to tell him how I feel or should I just say oh well and let it go? This date I chose as partly because of him. Thank you for those who read the whole question! I appreciate it!
  • Some good answers thus far though I hardly understand how I have a lack of sensitivity for people who can't afford to go. I am solely focusing on 1 friend who gave me his word to go then changed at the last minute though the money issue wasn't just a sudden thing. Hawaii was as expensive and the economy was as bad last September when the word went out as it is now. Weddings get planned and a headcount had to be in a month before the wedding.
  • Have you checked the cost of airfare from the US coast to Hawaii? Never mind from wherever you family and friends are in th US? It is staggering. And to find lodging in Hawaii? Prohibitive. They sell houses in Hawaii that have no renovations and are small for a million dollars. I would not pay $50,000 here for that. And it is Hawaii, one of the most expensive states in the US to live, eat and play in. Sorry, but did you take this horrible economy into consideration? Did you take the changing rules and added expenses into account, the airlines were in the news just yesterday with they are going to start charging extra if you wish to sit with somebody you came with! If one of my friends were somewhere, and in trouble, I would march right there and get them out. But to attend a wedding, and get in debt to do so? Sorry guy. I would not call him. He made up his mind not to spend money. And that he was busy. Hey, learn a life lesson here. If you have rich tastes in life, better find some rich friends. Your lack of understanding concerns me. And your saying that you are a good supporter of your friends is fine, and you should be. But I think they were unaware that there was a price tag attached to your support.
  • Your wedding is very important to you, but the truth is, it's not as important to anyone else. It's a lot of money to go to any wedding that involves flights and accommodation. Some people don't know how to say no, they make excuses right up until its too late. He probably didn't think you'd plan your date around him at his request (excuse to get out of attending). Don't email him and tell him how you feel. Just let it go. Have fun with the guests that can attend.
  • It is not worth going into debt to attend someone's wedding. I know you did your best to accommodate friends and family from both sides, but the fact remains that it's just too much, and this is what you have to accept when planning a destination wedding. That said, although I don't believe he meant any harm, your friend was irresponsible. He never should have asked you to change your wedding date for him, and you shouldn't have agreed. I am sure he intended to go, but as soon as he found out this was impossible, he should have accepted it and told you.
  • Your friend tried to talk u several times that he does not have the money. And maybe he does not wish to take out a loan either. You are expecting people ro pay for roundtrip tickets to Hawaii, and hotel rooms and meals, etc etc etc etc etc. Sorry but you sound like the male version of Bridezilla. People don't have that much money for a weekend in Hawaii for a wedding.
  • You should have hold your wedding twice in Japan and in the USA.
  • Be a good man and do me a trick!! Wtach a Youtube Video called the best mariage proposal!! It wil knock your girl out my friend
  • Small Government: Define small, the currently military is 10 times larger than the next 4 largest countries combined. That is so big it is hard to imagine. The US military can get to any part of the world in force in a couple of days or less. The Naval fleet is on both coasts plus Hawaii. The US Government is a good Government not a demon. It's job is to protect. The people who want a smaller Government want to exploit it for profit. No more clean air or water, child labor bring it back, buy medications made from someone's bath tub, cancel the center for disease and control, let the plague run wild, lets bring back 2.3 million people dead on construction sites like before OSHA. End car insurance why should the Government tell me I have to have car insurance, if I wreck your car so what, that's tough, fix it your self, you going to keep paying the loan if your car is wrecked, try buying a new car when car insurance is canceled. Smaller Government, they never say what that means, the services they have they want, but smaller is the answer. Just another talking point only to find a cause to rally around to get people mad.
  • First of all the federal government does not intrude into my life. Does it in yours? The only time I run into the federal government is when I pay taxes. Unless you are referring to the fact that the federal government insures that I am paid a fair wage for my labor, that I have a safe environment to work in, that I have some form of financial security when I am too old to work (social security) that i dont have to worry if the food I bought at the grocery store wont kill me or that the pills I bought at the drug store don't kill me, or that if I am a minority white people deny me justice and the right to vote or keep me from being enslaved or protect my children from radical fundamental muslims from taking over my school district. Yeah, I guess the federal government is all up in my busineth.
  • I see you got no answer Mike, except possibly from "Professor" who believes you need a big govt to provide those services. FDA, FCC, etc. promote the general welfare - not a bunch of individual's welfare. The socialist welfare state has weakened our economy and our federal govt. It is unsustainable at the current level. (including Obamacare) Furthermore, Professor may not realize how many govt regulations determine how, when, and where he works. Try running your own small business and you'll see some serious (and unnecessary) intrusion!
  • Sounds like a perfect America ...of 1796. We might have stayed like that had we never purchased Louisiana or gotten involved in WWII. Unfortunately time and population have moved on. And simple sweeping solutions to complex problems are just a cheap excuse to avoid serious thought.
  • If you had any idea how much more dangerous the world would be if our military was not proactive in every corner of the world. you would have left the part about the military out of this question.
  • that wouldnt support the corporations very well .. the problem traces back to the big tycoons that monopolized industry .. over time they got their people into every facet of govt and now it all basically supports the big money interests ..
  • better to attack your enemy BEFORE they attack you!..or would another 9-11 style attack be okay with you?
  • Bomb Iran...dr
  • well nothing. the devil is in the details.
  • THAT would be ideal.
  • if you have an appointment set to see a presentation, do your research first!!! I come across many unhappy members every day! The sales people are very pushy and do not tell the truth. If you really want to be a member I suggest you buy on the secondary market and save yourself lot's of money. Oh, one more thing, if you assume the loan from the seller, be sure you will be able to get way lower interest financing. please, any current or former members that wish to add any details /experiences...by all means. Thanks.
  • Let me just say that anybody that has purchased a brand new account, and feels the sales people has lead them down a bad road, it's pretty common. just push past that, go to an owner education class, and start looking for resorts to book. also, just a heads up, don't be surprised if you can't find any availability right away. most new members try and book the hot spots first (oregon coast, anaheim, hawaii, many others) specially on the weekend, most of the time you won't find a spur of the moment vacation. you have to keep checking the inventory for cancellations.
  • I totally agree with you. I am a Wyndham timeshare owner but I bought entirely on the secondary market and got great deal and am quite happy with the purchase. I bought over 600,000 points and have been using the timeshare regularly. In fact I am writing this with my family as we stay in a 3 bedroom condo with a fireplace at Wilderness in Wisconsin Dells. We got passes into the water park as part of the timeshare. We are staying for two weeks. These tickets alone would have cost me over 1500.00 if I had to buy them for my family. Basically I pay the taxes and stay at extremely nice places at a cut rate price. Even with that said I would never purchase a timeshare at a showing, the cost is phenomenally higher and you don't get any more than if you buy through Ebay. I have sat through at least ten of the presentations mostly for my friends who have time shares and get deducts on their tax and maintenance payments if they can get prospects to listen in. I have never purchased through them but I got a lot of free nights. I will say this though, out of all the timeshares I have looked at, campground, Vistana, Branson, Hilton, RCI etc, Wyndham/Fairfield is the best and if someone were to look into a timeshare(secondary market) I would reccommend they at least look into Wyndham. With the Caveats you mentioned.
  • I have been a WM owner by Trendwest for over 10 years and LOVE IT! I have never had a problem and durning my 5th year I bought more credits and I am going to all paid off in a couple of months. I love that I have close destinations within driving distance and that there are a bunch of places that i can fly to. I am glad I am not stuck in one location durning one time of the year that I can pick and chose where I want to go and when. I know there are unhappy people who hate WM - but there always has to some with everything. I don't ever tell my family or friends to go to a presentation just so I can get some extrapoints or a free stay somewhere. It's not cheap - but we love it. Sorry you had a bad expierence.
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