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20 Oct 2014 20:15 by t2uds Star rating. 2 posts Send private message

Is it possible to transfer ownership into my name without the previous registered owners details or participation?

Hi. I've been looking for a vehicle here in Spain for a few weeks now. I came to realise Ill get nothing like the one I sold in the UK without putting another wad to it. However, while perusing the local tax office website...as yer do. I found an upcoming auction of vehicles & properties. And by jingo theres a vehicle on there thats bob on what Im after. Now on the slim chance I get it anywhere near my budget. These vehicles are advertised as having no docs with them. Looking at who's selling them, its not hard to put 2&2 together why. But is the hassle worth it? Has anyone here registered a car with no docs?

And despite it being an official Gov dept selling it, and Id 'like' to assume theve checked they own it to sell it. What other perils can still carry over to a cars new owner? 
 

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21 Oct 2014 08:48 by baz1946 Star rating. 2230 posts Send private message

Is it possible to transfer ownership into my name without the previous registered owners details or participation?

Hi. I've been looking for a vehicle here in Spain for a few weeks now. I came to realise Ill get nothing like the one I sold in the UK without putting another wad to it. However, while perusing the local tax office website...as yer do. I found an upcoming auction of vehicles & properties. And by jingo theres a vehicle on there thats bob on what Im after. Now on the slim chance I get it anywhere near my budget. These vehicles are advertised as having no docs with them. Looking at who's selling them, its not hard to put 2&2 together why. But is the hassle worth it? Has anyone here registered a car with no docs?

And despite it being an official Gov dept selling it, and Id 'like' to assume theve checked they own it to sell it. What other perils can still carry over to a cars new owner? 

 

Well, as you're a member on here you must have read about the problems reported over house sales, which many say arise from Spain and it's banks selling houses that they don't own, or in the least, very dubious ownership etc etc, if they can do this with house's might they do this with a simple ownership thing (Which should be) like cars? 





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21 Oct 2014 09:05 by t2uds Star rating. 2 posts Send private message

Yes. I suppose they could. But the slight saving grace is that these are not banks. Its a Government department selling the vehicles. Thats on my list to clarify. But for now Id really like to see what the process would be to get the docs, assuming that everything else has been checked by said Govt Dept :)





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