Most Helpful Guy
The car is in your name. That means it's legally yours. I assume there is no lien on it. I assume he does not have a written contract saying you owe payments on it. He can't "reposes" a car that was fully transferred to you. I think a judge would throw that out in about 30 seconds.
When he gave you the car, was there ever anything said about it being a loan, or he expected it back? Even if there was some kind of oral agreement, it would be your word against his. The car title is a legal document which will over ride anything else that doesn't have proof.
If he follows through with this (which I doubt), make sure you take all paperwork to court. Get organized and write everything down that you think might be pertinent. You don't want to be tripped up in court because of an unexpected question that you don't know the answer to.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
.../Yes, the car and everything is under my name...
Move on, forget this penny annie wing ding thing. Tell him unless he wants a ride in the front seat of your car, he needs to Go... Bye bye, this pie eyed.
No chance, he is wasting her time. Even if you go to Court, the judge will Say "Dismissed."
Good luck. xx0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE