Re: Purchased a Motorcycle That May Be Stolen
how did you get a texas title in Hawaii?
Not if you truly are an innocent party but you will be without the motorcycle. You would have to sue the guy that sold it to you to get your money back.
Last, if I take it to the DMV to check the VIN and it really turns out to be a stolen bike, Will I be in trouble?
if you have not sent the title in to be registered in your name, the only names that should be on the title is an owner and his signature where he signed off when he sold it to you and your name as the purchaser. If there is anybody else on there, you have a lot of problems ahead.
Because the title of the bike is currently in my hand, but all the information of previous owners are here as well.
that's because whoever shipped it was supposed to take care of that. Sounds like you have some more trouble ahead for you.
My second question is that, when I called the DMV today about getting a new registration, they said I had to have a Shipping receipt to show when the bike arrived to the island, but unfortunetly, the seller didn't give me any of that info, again, what can I do, and is there a way to get that information?
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.