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Thread: OT - Vehicle Registration Case Opinions

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    Feb 2007
    Virginia, USA

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    Ok...I know this is not firearm or OC related, but this is a "general discussion" forum yes? This is a semi-freedom related question, I believe .

    I have been trying to locate any court opinions on the legality of vehicle registration when the purchaser maintains possession of the Certificate of Origin/Manufacturer's Statement of Origin (MSO), but have found none in several hours of fruitless searching.

    I am wondering if someone may have personal experience or documented knowledge of the outcome of such cases in any state in the Union. This has become a topic of interest for me and I can't seem to find what I am looking for.

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    Jun 2006
    Washington Island, across Death's Door, Wisconsin, USA

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    Are you questioning the purpose of vehicle registration?

    Any way...

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    Bear, Delaware, USA

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    You're definitely going to want to check local state statutes with regards to vehicle registration to see what qualifies at the 'title'. You're in a strong position if you have the MSO, but I don't know of any cases where this has been tried.

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