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Old 10-12-2018, 05:34 PM   #31
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Will the police take a theft report on a motor vehicle that doesn't belong to you?
Like most things, it depends on the circumstances.

You take your mother’s car to the mall and it gets stolen from the parking lot. Sure, I would accept that stolen vehicle report after a call to your mother verifying you were allowed to drive the car.

You report a car stolen that isn’t registered to you, you have no documentation of ownership, and can’t tell me who the actual registered owner is. Not gonna happen.

Back to the OP. This is a civil matter. Sue in small claims court.
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Old 10-12-2018, 07:25 PM   #32
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Even if you win small claims you still have to collect, so you may not be much better off even if you "win" than you are now and you will have wasted a day of your life in small claims court.
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Old 10-12-2018, 10:00 PM   #33
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Bad advice. Breaching a contract is a civil matter. Unless you have a contract stipulating repossession in the event of failure to make payments and you are a bonafide lender, taking the bike back becomes a criminal matter and you become the criminal.
Complete a release of liability form and submit it to DMV. Keep a copy. Cancel your insurance. Move on.
Yes it is available matter.

Thus the advice to sue in Court based on breach of contract.

Where did you get your law degree?
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