But you said 75 mins before this post that you don't know in which garage
the car is.
Here you are saying you could go and look but prefer to do it online.
For direct contact replace nospam with schmetterling
"Shimmering_Seas" <shimmering email@example.com> wrote in message
This is a good idea if you tell him you are going to do so first...
ie "Tell me where my car is or I am going to report it stolen and tell
the police you took it..."
This might be just the incentive for him to come across.
Then again, even if he sold it he still is going to owe you the same
amount either way. Just annoying if you liked the car.
The best idea is to avoid all contact with him and let your attorney
handle it. Your attorney of competent should be protecting you
interests in whatever properties are jointly owned.
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