The only way to hide a car in Georgia if facing being repossessed is by filing chapter 13. If you have filed for chapter 13 it is legally ok to hide your car from being repossessed.
A car that is actually YOURS cannot be repossessed, as it's paid off. If you have a vehicle being repossessed, they're able to do this because it's actually the finance company which owns that vehicle and possesses their title. A recovery agent can, on behalf of the lienholder, go onto private property in order to recover the lienholder's property - with limitations. They cannot cross a locked gate, and they cannot enter a locked building.
No, they were not trespssing in order to commit a crime. They had a lawful reason to be on your property. sorri
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No, since the car is no longer considered "your" property.
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No. That would not only result in a breach of peace charge, but probably trespass and tampering with private property as well.
Yes, as long as the repossesor does not commit a breach of peace as defined by the laws of the state where the act takes place.
Yes. If the person repossessing the car finds it then they can take it!
Just a guess, but normally 30 days, but check with the police or the DMV in Georgia to find out the right answer.
Can I get my personal property from the car if it has already been repossed without paying a fee?
Yes they can. The only exception to this - Is if your yard has a locked or closed fence. If your yard is secured by a fence the "repo" men/women cannot legally enter your yard.
It can if the lender gets a writ of replevin, the deputy can take it.
Call your finance company.
Yes, private property does not obsolve you of your responsiblity.
Yes ... you can see it ... anyone can see it ... it is in plain view. However, it is on private property and a warrant may be required to remove it unless it is being repossessed.
Yes, repossessions can (and often do) occur on private property. There are limitations imposed on the recovery agents, and they know how to plan accordingly. IMO, better that car (which is actually the lien holder's, which is why it can be repossessed in the first place) be repossessed while you're at home than while you're out in public somewhere and left stranded.
As long as there is a lien on the vehicle the lienholder has the right to repossess the property
The car gets taken to the impound lot, and you have to file paperwork and pay a certain amount of money to get your car back.
No, you no longer have anything to trade (the car is now the property of the repo company not you).
if i get my car repossessed, can they put a llien on the house?