I bought a pickup truck at a Sheriff’s auction. The Sheriff’s Notice of Sale reads, in part:
By virtue of a certain Writ of Execution, issued out of
xxxx County Supreme, and to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon and taken all the right, title, and interest of Name, in and to the following property, to wit:
Then it lists the vehicle in question and the VIN#.
Now, does the fact that it says the Sheriff has taken all the right, title, and interest of Name, mean that I don’t have to pay attention to the lien on it?
I never signed anything saying I would pay for it. I’ll part it out if I can’t register it without losing sleep worrying about the repo man.