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NSW Grandmother Died with No Will - Can I Keep Car?

Discussion in 'Wills and Estate Planning Law Forum' started by Kyle135, 23 July 2015.

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    I lived with my grandmother for 18 years until she suddenly passed away in May this year. She passed with no will. Before she passed away, there was a verbal agreement in place that I owned her car and then paid it off as I could. I was in the middle of this when she passed. My uncle has taken the car and is going to sell it.

    As I was paying off the car and I have bank statements proving this, is there any possible way that I am still entitled to the car before my uncle sells it?
     
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