In most states no, they cannot break into a locked garage to get the car.
IF they did not break into the garage(ie; someone let them in)
No and no.
Go to nearest garage. hope this will help.
Probably not. If the garage is locked and the repo agent must break the lock, then that is breaking and entering. Even if the garage is unlocked and the act of opening it can (in some areas) be considered breaking and entering.
no unless its the winter because it will get frozen and break
In the event that a break in occur, this may allow the police to retrieve your merchandise.
yes because people might break in
The hinges on a garage door can rust, making opening the garage door difficult. Lubricating the hinge joints can keep the door moving smoothly and quickly, and can keep the joints from rusting together. If your garage door has sensors, and they become misaligned, the door will have trouble opening and closing.
no earlier not quite sure exactly when
Yes, it can break or just pieces of it a lot earlier but a new one is created.
Yes. he cannot break & enter though.
Nowhere in the US is that legal.
One of the practical uses of a garage stool is to have a place to take a break and sit while working. If the stool has wheels it can be used to move from one location to another in the garage. If the stool is stationary and strong enough, it can be used to stand on to reach high items.
if he smacks it over your head, yes.
he cannot break & enter to get the car.
I believe any where, except they cannot break into a garage and take it. Any place it is located, as long as the reposser finds it
Vinyl garage doors may appear to be more flimsy then wood or steel doors, but they are about as safe. Each vinyl door is constructed with steel internal struts that would make it fairly difficult to break into.
XM and Sirius radios usually break up when you think they will. For example, going through a tunnel, into a parking garage, or any other heavily covered area.
legally they are not aloud to break and enter into a building to get anything now if your garage is open and the repo man comes by and sees that he will try to take the item needed repo-ed and that is ok It is legal in some states for a repo man to enter an open, unlocked garage. In others it is a crime, and conducting a repossession in a case like this would be prosecutable as Larceny from a Building.
potato amalayze- an enzyme that is in saliva to break down starch into sugar- would break down the potato in your mouth!
then this great deed would have been done by someone earlier than u :-))
Yes. Because if the citizens made the laws, they would not want to break those laws. If the Kings and Queens made them and the people didn't like the rules, they would surely break them.
They could not agree