Technically, you don't even have to wait for a discharge. The trustee has 30 days after the conclusion of the 341 meeting to object to your exemptions. Once that 30 days have elapsed, the property rights return to your control. Hope this perspective helps!
I'm surprised you have not already received your discharge. Call the clerk of the court. Was the discharge order entered? If not, did the trustee file a no asset report? With either one of these items, you are free to sell the car as soon as you receive the car's title.
With permission of your trustee, you could even have sold your car prior to your discharge. However the granting of chapter 7 discharge usually closes your case in consumer "no asset" cases. While you should probably still touch base with your attorney either way, once simple consumer bankruptcy cases are closed, you are normally no longer under any restrictions as to the disposing of your assets. Please do not assume that I am your attorney because of my response here, but feel free to call my office in Racine (262-633-3090 or email firstname.lastname@example.org) for clarifications regarding my answer. Otherwise, under the rules of this website, I would not be taking any further action on your case. See me on the web at www.jayknixonlaw.com. View my past answers at http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/53401-wi-jay-nixon-1529181/answers.html?sort=recency , or see an even larger collection of responses at http://www.lawguru.com/answers/search/attorney/jknixon, . Answers may contain attorney advertising materials.
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