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      12-10-2012, 08:06 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Gearhead999s View Post
Selling a car that is not in your name could get you in trouble with the law as it is considered Curbsiding which is an offence in Ontario.

Check it out here. www.omvic.on.ca
He is asking how to do it above board, hence the suggestion of getting power of attorney. He is not curbsiding - he is not buying the car to flip to someone else without changing the ownership to make a quick buck.


Ben - not sure how it is today, but I know years ago an authorization letter was all that was required to allow you to sell on his behalf. I am not sure if Service Ontario would already have a form or tell you what is required on the document. People do sell cars to people who do not live close to each other and never meet so a sale can done remotely but obviously adds a more time and an extra factor to the transaction.