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Discussion Board Forum 2 Case Study 2 Discussion Board Forum 2 Case Study Stolen Car Sale The case of the stolen GTO and stolen property, it appears that you went under the conditions of good faith transaction. The issue is that Martin now knows where the car is and who has the car. The person showing the car might have thought that he was making a good faith purchase, but it does appear that he is trying to resell it for a profit. This may indicate that he knew the real value of the car was much more than $5,600. Now that the man knows the car was stolen, the North Carolina law is clear on the subject. The car needs to be returned to Martin. North Carolina law § 20-106. Receiving or transferring stolen vehicles: Any person who, with intent to procure or pass title to a vehicle which he knows or has reason to believe has been stolen or unlawfully taken, receives or transfers possession of the same from or to another, or who has in his possession any vehicle which he knows or has reason to believe has been stolen or unlawfully taken, and who is not an officer of the
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  • Fall '10
  • SELF
  • English-language films, theft, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Raleigh, North Carolina, University of North Carolina School of Law

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