My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: WA/AZ
I personally paid cash for a car for a friend. Verbally agreed they would make payments on the car and have it paid off by a certain date. The certain date has passed and they were late last month on the payment and did not pay the entire car off nor even a payment this month (car was originally supposed to be paid off by now). Car was bought in one state, I have the title, in my name. I pay the insurance under my name and they usually pay me back however was late on last month and haven't paid this month. I have a key, title in my name.
They moved to another state, took the car with them without mentioning anything. I just want to take the car back and sell it, tired of hearing the numerous excuses of why they haven't paid. I am personally paying on the car through personal line of credit, and paying the insurance. Can I just take the car back? Friend hasn't paid off the car like said, also said over the phone that if they cannot pay it then just come get it. Everything including agreement to buy the car was verbally. Does the law change since the car is in another state? Car is still titled and plates are WA state.
What are my options. Thanks in advance.