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Is there any way to find out the legal owner of a car please?

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suspended5y, 2m agoPosted 5 years, 2 months ago
As title is there any way to find out who the legal owner of a car is?
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suspended5y, 2m agoPosted 5 years, 2 months ago
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#1
yes,crash into them
#2
cant you apply via DVLA for owner details??
#3
Why do you need this info? Only asking to advise best method.
[mod] 2 Likes #4
As far as I am aware, the legal owner is not always the registered keeper so the DVLA search will only uncover the registered keeper will it not?

Edited By: magicjay1986 on Sep 11, 2011 13:53
#5
I know you can't through insurance companies as they need the name of the driver to carry out a claim even with the reg plate. I'd be very surprised if the dvla would give out this information also. You probably need to find a copper who's willing to break the law.
#6
If you have a valid reason you can obtain registered keeper details from dvla.
#8
What's the reason? I can give you a site to see if they are insured and if so who with if that's what you need?
1 Like #9
magicjay1986
As far as I am aware, the legal owner is not always the registered keeper so the DVLA search will only uncover the registered keeper will it not?

^This. Only way is to ask the registered keeper direct and hope they don't lie :{
#10
see first reply
suspended#11
I have a good reason to believe that the car was given to someone by an old man, he has now died and the car car is now not in use. Sorry cannot go into more details. Lets just say it was am expensive can and the person who was driving definitely could not afford to drive it. Seems strange that the car is now parked off road. If I was in that position I would have sold it.
banned 1 Like #12
The old sticking your beak into others business!

Safe to say the DVLA will not release the info based on that cock and bull story.
#13
dimebars
The old sticking your beak into others business!

Safe to say the DVLA will not release the info based on that cock and bull story.



+1
#14
NOW DO YA BELIEVE ME!!! blood n stomach pills
#15
bluebindy123
I have a good reason to believe that the car was given to someone by an old man, he has now died and the car car is now not in use. Sorry cannot go into more details. Lets just say it was am expensive can and the person who was driving definitely could not afford to drive it. Seems strange that the car is now parked off road. If I was in that position I would have sold it.


you arent going to get alot of help here spouting pish
#16
bluebindy123
I have a good reason to believe that the car was given to someone by an old man, he has now died and the car car is now not in use. Sorry cannot go into more details. Lets just say it was am expensive can and the person who was driving definitely could not afford to drive it. Seems strange that the car is now parked off road. If I was in that position I would have sold it.


I'd give the dvla a call and tell them exactly this. I'm sure they'll be pleased to help :D


Edited By: forest2002 on Sep 11, 2011 16:57
suspended#17
Unfortunately not a cock and bull story as the police are involved as a lot of money has been missapriately taken. I just wondered how anyone found out who the owner was. The person who the money was taken is a very close family.
banned 1 Like #18
What are you hoping to achieve? The car - expensive or not - was given to the person. What difference is there to you if they sold it or keep it off road?
suspended#19
The car was taken from a person who was over ninety by someone in their twenties. This why questions are being asked now. The police are concerned that a lot of money has gone missing and the person has been taken advantage of. Sorry nothing devious about this like some people think.
#20
You know, why don't you just ask the person? You clearly know him/her :D
1 Like #21
like it has been mentioned before, crash into them, if they run...you know why, if they dont maybe a good idea to call an ambulance ;)
banned#22
bluebindy123
The car was taken from a person who was over ninety by someone in their twenties. This why questions are being asked now. The police are concerned that a lot of money has gone missing and the person has been taken advantage of. Sorry nothing devious about this like some people think.


That's not what you said before

And if the police are already involved, leave them to it. Stop being a busy-body
1 Like #23
You need...

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Seriously!
#24
agree with tink lol
banned#25
Tinkerbell you thunder-stealing beeatch
#26
sorry - and dime lol
banned#28
Dimebars are now daim bars. Like marathons are now snickers.

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