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Can a bank repossess a car or sue someone with whom they have a signed contract even though the car owner has a clear title for the car?

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2015-07-14 16:09:27
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YES, the contract is what they sue for unless the car is listed as COLLATERAL for the loan. Then they repo the car and sue ya.

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