My Dad And I Have An Agreement That I Will Pay A Certain Amount For A Car , The Car Is Already Paid For Im Basicly Trying To Buy The Car For Him In 2015 Of April If When I Got The Car At First I Was Paying $266 Monthly Including Insurance To Him. Then When I Started Another Job He Had Me Pay Him $80 A Week.When I Do Something Wrong Or We Argue He Feels He Should Take The Car Between 2015 And Now I Have Had The Car Taken Away From Me And When He Takes It For However Long I Dont Pay Him , Now He Made A New Agreement With Me That iWill Pay Him $160 For 12 Months , The Car Is In His Name And My Mothers Name.
You don't mention your age. If you are 19, you have a financing agreement and need to get the car in your name subject to his lien.
If you are not 19, you don't own the car and can't own the car. So, he can take it away any time he wants for any reason.
To adequately respond to your question we need to know if you are over age 19 and if your agreement is written or verbal. You may want to give the car back and use your money to buy another, assuming you are old enough.
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