Can a auto dealership remove home furnishing from a cosigner home on a defaulted loan?
Not without a court judgment and a Sheriff Deputy present. If they try otherwise, call the police and have them arrested for trespassing.
If you cosign an auto loan for someone and they refinance in one year and remove you from the loan how will that affect your credit assuming all payments are made on time?
Can you remove a repossession off your credit report if your cosigner has a judgment on the repossession?
If you are a cosigner in someone's loan for a line of credit and he is at default what can the cosigner do to take his name back?
How can one remove a cosigner from an equity loan if the cosigner is not on the first mortgage title?
If your a cosigner and want to remove your name before the loan is paid off will this affect your credit in any way?
If the cosigner is refusing to refinance or pay the auto loan off how could the primary person on the auto loan remove his or her name?
Can the cosigner remove her name from a loan if the the account was taken to court and judgment was only made against the primary account holder and not the cosigner?
The way that can be accomplished is determined by the terms of the lending agreement. Very few, if any lending institutions would allow an account to be amended. The usual procedure is for the account to be closed leaving the original cosigner still responsible to the debt incurred up to the time of closure. The primary holder can then open another account on there own or with another cosigner.
If you gat a car with a cosigner and your 17 at the time can you have the car put in your name and get credit for the payments being made when you turn 18?
The terms of the loan are between the bank, and you and your cosigner. To remove the cosigner, the bank would have to agree to pay off the loan and issue a new loan in your name only. Since the value of the car has probably decreased faster than you are paying down the loan, it is unlikely that there is any credit being generated.
You are a cosigner on a vehicle and now the primary signer wants to sell the car. If you write a notarized letter giving her permission to sell or trade in the vehicle will this remove the cosigner?
Before, or at least as part of the process of, selling the car, the original loan will need to be repaid. The lienholder will not release title to the buyer until this has happened. There's no need for any letter, notarized or otherwise. This will effectively remove you as cosigner, since that loan will no longer exist. If something other than a straightforward sale is going on, then you should contact the finance company to…
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Once a loan of any kind has defaulted, there is no changing it. If you mean that you missed one payment, this is not necessarily a defaulted account. Once the lender sells your debt or passes it to an agency to recover the amount owned, then things are different. In the UK a missed payment or late payment will show on a credit search for six years. This can be removed if the total amount…
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If you are a cosigner on an auto loan for a family member who has not made payments is there any way to remove your name from the loan?
You need to talk to the lender to see if you can get taken off the loan. The reason they required her to have a consigner was exactly for this possibility. Sometimes, a lender may allow a cosigner to be removed, but it's reasonable to say that would only be if the primary has made timely payments as agreed for a reasonable period of time and improved their credit worthiness to where the lender could…
Not unless the the money is paid back by the borrower or if it's a lease, it's until they move. Usually when the principle person defaults on a loan or rent, they come after the cosigner. So, unless the person responsible for the moneys credit goes up so they don't need a cosigner, you are responsible if they default. Never, ever, cosign for anyone, especially family. The same goes for lending money too. If you're…
How can a primary buyer get the cosigner off the loan you wanted to cosign for your daughter but she didn't have enough credit so to build her credit you put her on as a cosigner how can you get her o?
I am looking at a 2008 Navigator from a local dealership and posed the same question to them... They said that they will take it out for me. You might ask the dealership that you purchased the vehicle from to do it for you. Since you purchased a $40,000 - $50,000 vehicle from them, odds are that they would do it at no charge. Good luck! I am looking at a 2008 Navigator from a…