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Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Spain.
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Post Posted: Thu Aug 31, 2017 5:37 pm

Can anyone help me find my car?
Me and my family moved back to the UK in 2015 and left my car behind along with our villa with the intention of renting the villa out or using it as our holiday home.
Unfortunately my husband and I got Divorced soon after and as in many cases didn't end well. So the villa was sold and my husband said he had left my car down a secure quiet road and "by the way, the insurance had run out and their is no log book in the car"
Log book was definitely in the car last time I drove it.
To cut a long story short, unfortunately I was diagnosed with everyone's worst nightmare and became ill with treatment so the car got forgotten about for awhile.
I have since been trying to find out what had happened to my car so that I can sell it but it's just vanished!!!
It's nowhere to be seen. I've tried the Police, town hall, friends of mine who live in Spain have also tried to help me. We know it's not impounded.
In my opinion it's all down to a bitter ex husband and the only thing I can think of is that it's now sitting in one of his dodgy mates garage so that it can't be seen or one of his dodgy mates has broken it down for parts.

Sorry for the very long post but I thought it's best to explain what had happened as this is a difficult situation.

Can anyone shed any light on this one?


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