I am the owner of a used car, used boat, and used truck. I’m also an amateur mariner of sorts. My car can be found on Craigslist, a friend of mine owns a boat in Florida, and I own a truck (and a boat on the side). Last week, I sold my car and my boat.
I’m not sure why, but I’m pretty sure I should be suing someone for trying to sue me for doing my job. I think I should be able to say I am a licensed dealer in the state of Florida and should have a number of dealer licenses. I should also be able to say I own a number of used vehicles in my name (I’m not sure if this is legally required but I did it).
So it seems like there is a legal loophole in Florida where the state Department of Financial Services (DFS) allows you to transfer ownership to whomever you want. The only problem is that the statute requires the transferring owner to go through the DMV, where the DFS will not even acknowledge that fact. But it doesn’t make any difference because if you file for an order of protection, all you have to do is sign your name to the papers.
The DFS website says that a transfer is “a change of ownership that occurs in the same state where the original transfer was made.” So even though the law requires all the paperwork, it doesn’t actually apply to Florida. In fact, it also says that the transferring owner can make the transfer in any state. However, that is not the case in Florida.
As long as you are in Florida, you can still file for a transfer. The website also says that a transfer is a change of ownership that occurs in the same state where the original transfer was made. So even though the law requires all of the paperwork, it doesnt actually apply to Florida.
I’m still waiting for someone to explain the difference between a transfer that is not a change of ownership and a transfer that is a change of ownership. I would have thought transferring someone to Florida in order to transfer them to a different state would be a change of ownership, but I guess it was just some type of paper work.
Well, I guess you could say that I’m not really interested in trying to figure out the differences between a change of ownership and a change of ownership. Just so we’re clear, if I’m a Florida resident and I want to sell my house in New Jersey, I don’t have to transfer ownership from New Jersey to Florida.
It’s even better than that, because if you do transfer ownership from New Jersey to Florida, you don’t even have to transfer ownership in New Jersey. They will transfer ownership to Florida in the state where they live.
This is very important because you need to do this in order for your home to be transferred from one state to another. This is something you should always do before you sell your home.
In the case of mariner finance, I am the owner. I bought the house in New Jersey. I bought it because I wanted to sell. To avoid confusion, this is not a transfer of ownership. It is a transfer of ownership that requires a transfer of title. The seller is the one who makes the decision of whether or not they want to transfer ownership. The buyer is the one who takes ownership of the house.