Yes, but you must tell the potential buyer that it is missing. That it may be illegal to drive the vehicle without it.
He's the next of kin. I think it's like the living will.
Yes you can.. but you have to tell the person your selling it to that its expired and you also have to give them a break on value..
I think best solution would be to contact a local dealership or trusted shop which sell car parts. I would also visit trusted car mechanic if I was looking for new bearings.
If a bank repossesses someone's vehicle they will often sell it. Smaller banks or credit unions usually put the cars up for sale on their own lots using "For Sale" signs. Majority of the bigger banks or credit unions hand over the cars to a professional auto auction company.
Not unless her name is on the vehicle title.
The only person that can sell it is the person who's name is on the title.
The wife is responsible as she was the one who signed the credit contract.
Yes, certainly it is acceptable. As a wife you can choose your husbands clothes for him.
Yes a wife has monetary rights to her husbands home in a divorce.
My wife says "cuz husbands usually deserve it".
Polyandry refers to a form of polygamy where a woman takes two or more husbands simultaneously. A wife who has two husbands would be called a polyandrist.
It's called 'My Two Husbands'.
The wife will do whatever feels right for her.
No, she may not.