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Common Law Issues The law regarding common law relationships is different than in cases of divorce. Discuss the issues that affect unmarried couples here.

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Old 12-19-2011, 03:54 PM
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for the cars if NBDad is right - 31 days and it belongs to you???? Can you find the proof as to this being how it really works? I did not reread your post but I think you are claiming his taking and refusing to return your goods - the car - if it can be transfered to you and even if he has a loan on it - and the bank continues to go after him for the loan...... you get the car (and its value at least!!) But as I type (serious I have a 60 pound labrador "puppy" climbing up onto my shoulders behind me! - hard to type!) but why would the bank give up rights to a car they loaned money for?

As far as the safety - you can't be safe enough if you suspect anything to threat your safety - can you park your car in agarage - in a nieghbours garage? some other place where there is security 24/7???
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