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A lunch buddy from work is having some trouble, and I told her I'd see if I could dig out a solution. She loaned some money to a friend for a down payment on a car several years back, but as far as she's aware never signed anything. Since then, that friend has died, and she's not been aware of who has the car, etc. Recently, the car must have been registered to a new Virginia county with a property tax, because now my friend is getting notices that she owes property tax on the car. She's never owned it, doesn't know who has it, and wasn't aware she was on the title. The fact that she's getting the notices indicate she must be a co-signer on the title, however. She's tried calling the tax rep from that county, as well as the DMV, and neither has been able/willing to help her. Does anyone know who the correct authority to appeal to is in this case?
TL;DR : What is the correct state or county organization to have your name removed from a car title when you are not in possession of that car.