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The registered keeper noted on the DVLA document is presumed to be the owner of the vehicle. However if there is a written agreement between you and your wife which suggests otherwise then there is argument that your wife is not the true owner of the vehicle.
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If you have evidence that the vehicle was not a gift an it was always yours then you have ground to seek possession of the vehicle.