Not Legally, to do so would be called "CONVERSION". In some states, the repo company can charge you a FEE for inventory and stoarge of your PP, but they cannot keep it it you pay the fee.
i am in Florida and they said it will cost 200.00 to get my personal belongings,is there a cap?
Yes. Since the vehicle is no longer the property of the former owner, the lending institution is allowed to have their agent (repo man) recover their property for them. Their agent is allowed to go anywhere that is not fenced, locked or otherwise restricted. If you deliberatel hide the vehicle or prevent the lending institution from gaining acces, it can be considered a form of theft, since the vehicle is no longer yours. * In addition, if the lender has obtained a replevin order the vehicle must be surrendered. When a court order has been issued the agent may enter a locked area or posted area or do whatever necessary short of physical violence or property damage to seize the vehicle, cutting a chain and/or a lock is not considered property damage. Be advised, in most states attempting to hide or prevent repossession of a vehicle where a replevin order is in place can create serious legal consequences for the borrower.
Criminal justice is often defined in terms of two ideals: public order and personal freedoms. Public order is about maintaining a safe society, so criminal justice has to prevent unsafe things from happening. Sometimes, in order to maintain safety, a criminal justice agency will have to search a person's property or person. Personal freedom is about ensuring that nobody's property or person will be searched without their permission or a reasonable cause.
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