The car is owned by the insurance company....you are just the registered keeper. I have done a lengthy post on this in the past.
To drive a MPV...Mechanically Propelled Vehicle is a commercial term because a 'vehicle' is used to transport 'goods'.....
You are the registered keeper, technically the insurance company owns it, therefore allowing it to be driven on the Queens Highways...
So when you have no insurance...the Police seize it, why....because the car has no owner, no right to travel on the Queens Highways, so is then seized until due fine is paid or it gets crushed.
Go look at the V5 reg document.
No need for a Freeman on the Land website.
You don't own it...same with a house, my Deeds clearly say that I'm the Proprietor of my home, not the owner, the proprietor is essentially a life tenant.
So please do your own research before calling it 'internet fuelled garbage'
I have looked at the V5 document, I have in fact spoken to the DVLA and written to them on this very subject when I was on one of the crackpot sites you seem to frequent where you found this nonsense.
The DVLA are only concerned with the registered keeper, thats the person who is responsible for the vehicle on the road.
They have no interest who the owner is.
You claim the insurance company own your car?
Then explain why if you write it off they pay you money?
If they owned it surely they wouldnt have to pay you anything?
its little simple things like this that debunk your daft ideas.
And the term "do your own research" means, "I have no idea where this crap comes from, go and look yourself because I cant find anything to back it up".
As for your house its not yours until you pay off the mortgage, when its paid its yours to do what you like with.
You can even demolish it if you want.
I think my 5 years as a criminal solicitor gives me some legal grounding....
Real education vs your make believe letter
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