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Sadly, I have to say you are not the owner of the car. However you do have a directors loan to the company in the form of this money. Any item which was purchased by the company money is a company asset and therefore belongs to the company. I would strongly advise instructing a solicitor in this matter. If you have handed over ownership and directorship of the company without taking you director's loan back, or putting anything in place for repayment you are going to run into difficulties. If you instruct a lawyer then I would hope that they will approach you ex and get an agreement in place (which could include you keeping the car) so that all the loans etc are settled without court intervention. This is always advised. However in a very objective view if the car was purchased by the company you cannot simple claim ownership because you are owed money by the company.
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