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Hello. I moved to mississippi from Utah 3 years ago and the first year kept my Utah plates. The second year I had no choice but to get it registered in mississippi and somehow did so without Wells Fargo releasing the title to TN. This year however the county clerk is saying that I have to get the bank to release the title to them in order to register it. They claim it shouldn't be a big deal since the bank will still be listed as the lein holder...but Wells Fargo won't budge. The car was purchased by my ex husband because I have bad credit so I can't refinance the vehicle in my name...WHAT ELSE CAN I DO? I obviously need to register my car. Please advise...
So, you're still making payments on a car that legally belongs to your ex? Ok. He can come and take the car back any time. It's not yours. But if you want to continue that way, he can register the car in his name in TN. If you want the car, have him sell it to you. Or, you can give it to him and buy a cheap car for yourself (with cash - don't get a loan).
I'm not sure if it's different there, but in Texas you can go to your local annex with proof of insurance and register your car no problem. give them a call, good luck