what is the liability to a victim total out property if the victim car has a lien on it?
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 71 year ago
I think I know what you're asking, and the answer is no.
Your vehicle was totalled in a crash, and it's the other guy's fault, so you're wondering if you'll be paid for the vehicle plus whatever you still owe your lender.
And no. Only the actual cash value of the vehicle will be paid, nothing more. The lender gets paid off first, and you get whatever is left over. If you owe more than the vehicle is worth, you have to pay off the remaining balance.
- zipperLv 61 year ago
You need to rethink this question, because "WHAT IN HELL DO YOU MEAN?"
- car253Lv 71 year ago
- StephenWeinsteinLv 71 year ago
The insurance pays what the car was worth. If that is less than the lie, then the lienholder gets all of it and the victim gets nothing. If the car is worth more than the lien, then the lienholder gets whatever they are owed, and the victim gets whatever is left.
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- AlCaponeLv 71 year ago
Say what ?
- Anonymous1 year ago
Not enough information
FAIL try again
- regeruggedLv 71 year ago
I agree with May.
- MayLv 61 year ago
Huh? Your question makes no sense