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How To Buy Your Name


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A contract that a minor has signed may be void or voidable, depending on the state. So unless you have saved enough to buy a vehicle with cash, you'll need an adult to co-sign your car loan if you're under 18. Even if you don't need to finance your purchase, you may have trouble getting your car on the road if you're not yet 18.

You must have auto insurance to drive legally in almost every state in the country. Since an insurance policy is a legally binding contract, you may need to be a certain minimum age to purchase auto insurance, depending on the state and insurance company. Your parents or guardians can add you to their policy until you reach the minimum age requirement, so you can drive legally. Learn more about staying on your parents car insurance and car insurance for teens.

If you're under 18, you'll probably need to take an adult with you to purchase a car from a dealership. Buying a vehicle involves a lot of paperwork, including a sales contract, which you typically need to be at least 18 to sign. If you need financing, they may have to co-sign the loan for you. Dealers also handle your vehicle registration, and you need to be at least 18 to register a vehicle in most states. Learn more about how to buy a new car.

If you're not legally an adult in your state, you'll have the same challenges buying a car from a private seller as you will buying one from a dealer. Your state's laws still apply, meaning you need to be at least 18 years old to list the title in your name and register your vehicle in most states. If you're buying a car from a private seller, you need an adult to register your vehicle and put their name on the title until you reach the age of majority.

Please note: The above is meant as general information to help you understand the different aspects of insurance. Read our editorial standards for Answers content. This information is not an insurance policy, does not refer to any specific insurance policy, and does not modify any provisions, limitations, or exclusions expressly stated in any insurance policy. Descriptions of all coverages and other features are necessarily brief; in order to fully understand the coverages and other features of a specific insurance policy, we encourage you to read the applicable policy and/or speak to an insurance representative. Coverages and other features vary between insurers, vary by state, and are not available in all states. Whether an accident or other loss is covered is subject to the terms and conditions of the actual insurance policy or policies involved in the claim. References to average or typical premiums, amounts of losses, deductibles, costs of coverages/repair, etc., are illustrative and may not apply to your situation. We are not responsible for the content of any third-party sites linked from this page.

By choosing our Traditional Star offer, you can adopt a real star in space! Even better, the star you name is one which can be seen anywhere on Earth, at any time of the year. Your star will always be with you!

Buying a star in a constellation is an excellent option when it comes to naming a twinkling distant sun. Constellations are always much easier to remember and find, so choose your favorite star sign and name a part of the Zodiac.

We only offer the name of easily-visible stars to our customers. If you are in any way unhappy with the star you have named, you can ask us to name any other star for you. You also have the right to request a full refund for your purchase. You can easily find the stars you would like to adopt in our register, and we will send your Star Name Registration Certificate and Star Map immediately after purchase. We can also send these to you by email as digital copies if you need them immediately.

Thanks to our extensive shipping capabilities, we can send star name gift packages anywhere in the world. And if it is a last minute gift idea, you can also choose to instantly receive a digital Certificate of Star Name Registration by email.

Anyone whose name will be listed as an owner on the title must be present. It is advised that the seller also accompany the buyer to transfer the title. Those who cannot visit a Secretary of State office to transfer the vehicle title may appoint a designated agent or power of attorney to attend the office visit and sign the title on their behalf.

If the estate is being probated, the personal representative appointed by Probate Court must assign the title to the surviving spouse. The spouse presents the assigned title and a copy of the personal representative's Letter of Authority document to apply for a title in their name at a Secretary of State office.

If the current title is in both your name and the deceased's name with the legend "Full Rights To Survivor" printed on it, then all that is needed to transfer the vehicle into just your name is the title and a copy of the death certificate.

In a private sale, whenever possible, both the seller and buyer should go to the nearest participating office to transfer the vessel/boat title and registration and outboard motor title into the name of the purchaser. Trailers are registered/titled separately through your County tax office.

A title printed in the seller's name is required to transfer ownership of a previously owned vessel/boat and/or outboard motor previously titled in Texas. Check the Certificate of Number card. If there is a title on the vessel/boat, it will be designated "TITLED" on the card. The following forms may be used to replace a lost or destroyed Texas title.

You may decide to go with the simpler, cheaper option and buy your business vehicles in your personal name. Or you may decide you want more secure insurance coverages and a separation of business and personal assets and go with your business name.

Under section 5.053 of the BOC, the name of a filing entity or a registered series of a Texas LLC or the name under which a foreign filing entity registers to transact business in this state must be distinguishable in the records of the secretary of state from the name of any existing filing entity, the name of a foreign filing entity that is registered to transact business in Texas, the existing fictitious name of a foreign filing entity, the name of another existing registered series of a Texas LLC, and any existing name reservation or name registration filed with the secretary of state. Texas Administrative Code, Title 1, Part 4, Chapter 79, Subchapter C sets out the rules for determining whether names are distinguishable, the same, or available with consent. If you wish the secretary of state to provide a preliminary determination on name availability, you may call (512) 463-5555, dial 7-1-1 for relay services, or e-mail your name inquiry to Corporations Section. A final determination cannot be made until the document is received and processed by the secretary of state. Do not make financial expenditures or execute documents based on a preliminary clearance. Also note that the preclearance of a name or the issuance of a certificate of formation under a name does not authorize the use of a name in violation of another person's rights to the name. See Trademark FAQs for more information.

A name registration is a filing that can be made by an organization that is authorized to do business in Texas as a bank, trust company, savings association, or insurance company, or that is a foreign filing entity not registered to transact business in Texas under the Texas Business Organizations Code. In order to approve a name registration, the name must be distinguishable in the records of the secretary of state from the name of an existing filing entity, foreign filing entity, name reservation or other name registration.

It depends. Filing a name registration does not give an entity the authority to transact business in Texas. A valid name registration precludes another entity from filing under a legal or fictitious name that is not distinguishable in the records of the secretary of state. A name registration is valid for one year and may be renewed.

No. Chapter 71 of the Texas Business & Commerce Code does not authorize rejection of an assumed name certificate on the basis of a name conflict. Therefore, there may be multiple assumed name certificates on file with the secretary of state for the exact same name. An assumed name certificate provides information about the underlying business's identity and location. It does not give the registrant any right to use the assumed name in a way that violates the law, infringes on the rightful use of the name by others, and it does not prevent anyone else from filing the same assumed name or using the name to form a new entity with the secretary of state. It is up to each business entity to protect its name and good will.

When filing with the secretary of state, you do not need to submit an assumed name certificate with an original signature. Faxed copies and photocopies of signed certificates are acceptable for filing. Assumed name certificates filed with the secretary of state do not need to be notarized. Form 503 (Word, PDF) may be used for purposes of filing with the secretary of state. 59ce067264


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