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Can a private party co-signer repossess an automobile from the primary loan signer?

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2015-07-15 18:31:41
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Co-signor repo?? NO, NO, and again NO. As co-signor, you ONLY guarantee that YOU will pay the loan. It gives you NO other rights to possession. IF, IF, IF you are listed on the TITLE as co-OWNER, you may take possession. ONLY if you are on the title. GOOD LUCK.

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