yes they can
Yes. Once they sell your car after ropossession, they can garnish your wages, for the rest of the balance owed.
If you default on a car loan the creditor may obtain a court judgment that will enable it to garnish your wages. The rules are provided at the link below.
That is what we call theft. And then you will be sued, your wages garnished and your credit destroyed.
Yes they can.
If they are the originator of the loan, and you are in arrears, yes, they can.
After the lender gets a judgment they can garnish your wages but they cannot getyour house unless you used it as collateral for the car loan.
The person or company that repossed it.
Yes, if there was a deficiency balance owing after the car was sold at auction. Your creditor would have to sue you and obtain judgment in order to garnish your wages.
Payments are the entire balance due after the lender sells the car and YES, in most states they can garnishee your wages.
Yes if you signed a wage garnish when buying the car. If you didn't they may be able to but the courts will have to decide.
They can choose to if they first obtain a judgment for the unpaid balance.
They can ONLY garnishee the wages of the one(s) who SIGNED the contract,whomever that may be.
Yes, after due process is followed in accordance with the laws of the state.
yes they will aucaution it off for pennys on the dollar and then they will sue you for the rest or garnish your wages
NO, THEY CAN PUT A LIEN ON YOUR HOME OR GARNISH WAGES IF YOU DO NOT PAY THE BALANCE OWED.
Not until they have gone to court and won a lawsuit or judgment again you.
YES, unless you are in a state that doesnt allow garnishment.
Yes, it can.
Pay what you owe.
Yes, but not all at once. Creditors can only garnish up to 25% of disposible income per week. Go to http://www.courts.state.md.us/district/forms/civil/dvcv65br.html for more info on garnishing wages.
The lender who holds the note on your car, is the one that repossessed your car.
If your was repossed you need to call the car company and pay your car
If a garnishment has been ruled against you in a judgment it can be collected no matter where you are.