Repossession
New York
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Can a mechanic repossess a vehicle from private property with no signed work order for non-payment?

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2015-07-14 16:07:15
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Ill answer this in parts. Mechanic repo? YES Private property? YES No signed work order? ORAL contracts are legal too Non- payment? why else would he be "repoing"?? You need to make a deal of some sort, namely PAYMENT

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