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Can a car be repossessed while it is impounded?

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2010-08-14 23:30:36
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Robert, read the contract where it mentions DEFAULT. Default is not JUST making payments on time. It usually covers having the required ins., NOT using the car in an illegal manner. Whenever you are in default, the lender can repo. YES, it can be repoed from the impound. On an involuntary tow, the impound is required to notify the LEINHOLDER and the owner.

As a matter of fact I dearly love to impound cars - then find out there is repossession order out of them because then I ALWAYS get paid by the lienholder.

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