Can a car be repossessed if it is located in another country you drove it down to Costa Rica and the engine blew you can't afford to get it repaired?
First,I am an American who did business in Costa Rica for 23 yrs. If the company who sold you the car wants to spend about$30,000 in legal fees, transportation costs, several months of "tramites" or red tape, yes they can repossess the car. The figure above is a conservative figure. firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, there are countries called "enclaves", which are located inside another country, or are parts of countries located inside another country. Embassies can be considered enclaves and other good examples are the Kingdom of Lesotho, surrounded by South Africa, the Angolan enclave of Cabinda, in the DRC, and the Armenian territory in Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabakh.
Yes. there have been several instances when I located a vehicle at a repair shop and sent a field agent to secure it. Often this requires the agent show the order of repossession to the shop owner, and potentially paying any outstanding costs for repairs, but these are transmitted to the existing debt, increasing the balance owed.
International business is a transaction between businesses that are located in different countries, as opposed to domestic business, which is a transaction between businesses in the same country. Examples of international business activities are investing in businesses in another country, owning a retail store/distribution center in another country, owning a manufacturing plant in another country, importing from another country, and exporting from another country.
Extraterritoriality is the legal device of considering a particular piece of land to belong to some other country than the country in which it is actually located. This is used to give special legal rights to embassies. A US embassy in another country is considered to be US soil, governed by US law, not by the law of the country in which it is actually located.
Well, an earthquake in a place can cause a Tsunami in a in a country located in another continent because of the waves caused by the earthquake. When the earthquake makes the ground shake the water surrounding it will form big waves. These waves will go through the ocean and probably go over another country causing the water to get into the coast (causing a tsunami).