Asked by CyrilS on 23-09-2020 11:31:33
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Mpumalanga
I bought a car december 2011 and i was paying instalment until i lost my job.the car was not repossed and i still have the car.when i check with itc i see that the account has been paid off.i would like to find out if i can call the bank for the car papers.if it possible how can i go about?
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 24-09-2020 14:24:29
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Yes, you can definitely call the bank. I would ask them for a recent statement on your car financing. Then, if it is paid off on the statement, then ask them for the registration papers so you can transfer it onto your name.
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