They are not going to repossess a vehicle because you were rude. They can however repossess it if you miss just one payment.
No. Absolutely not. If they enter a vehicle they do not have an order of repossession on, they've committed a crime. They may enter the vehicle they are there to repossess, and only the vehicle they are there to repossess.
Depends entirely on what the contract you signed says. If you are 1 day late they may be able to repossess the vehicle if that is what the contract says and what your state laws are regarding repossessions. Read your contract.
They won't repossess it for your license being suspended, but they can repossess it when you fail to make payments, regardless of what the current status of your license is.
They will not repossess a vehicle unless you have defaulted on the loan. Defaulting on the loan is being late with the payments. Call the lender and talk to them.
Yes, the bank must tell you that your vehicle is being repossessed. The bank will usually try to reconcile the debt before the repossession takes place.
If you purchased the car in full with cash then there shouldn't be a lien. Look at your paperwork to make sure it says "Paid In Full" if it does the dealer has no right to repossess a paid in full vehicle. A lien is where you are making payments for a vehicle and the vehicle is being used a collateral until the vehicle is paid off.
A New Jersey constable would have to call a police officer in order to have your vehicle impounded. State agencies don't repossess - creditors do that, and hire private companies to carry out the repossession. Impound is your vehicle being confiscated for being in legal violation. Repossession is the lien holder (the actual owner of the vehicle) claiming their property back after the finance agreement has been breeched.
You may be able to in some states, but this will not prevent the vehicle from being recovered. If you attempt to interfere with recovery by the primary lien holder in some states you can be criminally charged.
Only If the company hired to repossess the " Unit " Has a snatch / repo truck and can get the vehicle lifted and strapped. Reason being in all 50 states that recovery agents run in """" Once the unit is attached to the vehicle ITS Theres """" Furthermore If a debtor refuses to vacate the vehicle the cops can and will come assist the recovery agents in the removal of the debtor.. Charlie, Premier Recovery Augusta Ga
you can buy it back from the repossess depot thinger yeah but you have to pay all your payments on it The above answer is correct, but does not answer the question actually being asked; i.e., the guy/gal wants to go grab the car from the repo guy or car lot where the repo was delivered to. My answer is YOU BETTER NOT TRY. That would be auto theft, grand larceny or theft over x hundred dollars. Why? Because you do not own the vehicle. Your grab-it and run plan would be the same as taking any car parked on the street.
depends on the hitch and how big the vehicle being towed is
If you owe any company other than where you bought your vehicle (because it is paid in full) the said company can repossess your car by towing it away to make up for the money you owe them. If it is the company where you bought the car and they have repossessed it then you should seek legal advice as Texas has many different laws and there is also 'Lemon Laws.'
depends on how high the hitch is and how high the vehicle being towed is
You could lose your car as part of the judgment resulting in a civil case, but your car will only be repossessed by the lienholder, and that's typically either for missing payments, or for something such as a vehicle being in an impound lot and pending auction.
Perfectly legal, so long as they follow "peaceful repossession". If your vehicle is being repossessed, you may have some rights. For example, you may prohibit repossessors from carrying arms on your property, but ultimately, if they have an order of repossession for that car, they have a legal right to take possession of the vehicle they are there to repossess. They may not open locked doors or gates, or enter any vehicle other than the one they're repossessing.
If it is being used as a replacement for your vehicle, because your vehicle can not be used because it is broken down, need of service or stolen, it is covered. If not, it most likely is not.
if a vehicle is unlawfully repossesed, you can get the vehicle back, and claim back all monies you have paid, and keep the vehicle without any further payments being made as long as you have proof you were up to date You are never relieved of the responsibility of paying for a vehicle or the lease agreement simply because the vehicle was wrongly repossessed. Leasing companies include many stipulations in contracts, if a payment was even a day late and there was not a grace period included the contract was in default and the vehicle was subject to recovery. The person does not have to accept the vehicle back, but they will in all probability be responsible for the remainder of the lease agreement. Unfortunately many of these type cases that end up in litigation which is expensive, stressful and time consuming for both parties.
Because they prevent you from being ejected from the vehicle during a crash, which might be fatal.
Clicking "E" while being close to a vehicle will enter the vehicle.
Unless you have an unusual contract, you are in violation as soon as you are late and they can repossess anytime they choose.
Not sure what you mean. If you are asking if you have a bill from a mechanic and don't pay it, can they repossess the car? Not without a court hearing. If you have a car that is held by a lien and the lien holder comes after the car while it is being worked on, the lien holder CAN and WILL take the car.
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Not in most states, in a very few the lender must notify the borrower with a letter of intent to repossess and give the borrower a specified time as established by state law to bring the account current. Wisconsin is the only state that requires a replevin order to recover a vehicle. All other states operate under the UCC and the repossession laws (breach of peace laws, recovery agency requirements such as bonding, etc.) related to the area in which the vehicle is being recovered. The recovery agent/agency is required to notify the law enforcement agency that has jurisdiction in the are where the vehicle is being seized.
it really dosent matter how u do it.