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Can a repo man come on your property?


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Answered 2010-01-07 21:36:22

can a repo man have to announce himself when he comes on private property


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No. If they do, they are trespassing and you can have them arrested.

yes they are allowed on your property hide it in the garage if you have one

Yes. The objective of a repo man is to reposess property of people who have defaulted on their loans. A repo man will never ask for permission.

yes, but they cant break & enter to do so.

Simple call the person up and tell them to come get their property.

I worked with a guy that had the repo man come to work to take his vehicle, so yes they can come to your work. If you haven't been making the payments and they decide to repo your car that is that and I don't believe they have to go through any sort of legal procedures to come and take your car. You didn't pay so they come and take back their property, simple as that unfortunately for you.

They can come onto your property because you gave them permission when you signed the loan.If it someone elses property that is trespass but after they have the vehicle the point is moot as long as they didn't damage the property.

No.Not if the gate is locked. They would have to get a warrent. * The repo man will not come with a warrant. The Sheriff might if the bank has sued and a court has issued a Writ of Replevin. They can come on your property and as long as they do no damage they can take the car.

Yes, a repo man can take your car in any circumstances. He just needs to find a means to enter the property.

Either remove it before the repo man takes the car or go to the repo company and ask if they set it aside. Some repo companies put all the belongings in a bag and set it aside for the owner. can a repo company charge me for retrieving my personal property and property that belongs to someone else?

Yes, he can get it anywhere. No he cannot get it" anywhere".The repo men want you to think that.They can come on your property but they cannot damage your property or "cause a breach of the peace".Now this doesn't mean you have to let them, you can call the police etc.Calling the police is usually a good idea because then you have impartial witnesses.And no the cops won't arrest you. YES, IT CAN BE REPO'D anywhere,as long as it is not locked in. Yes and you don't get caught trespassing...... NO!!!!, A repo man cannot legally enter gated property to take a vehicle without the owners concent, in California. If I come out to a call like this I will arrest you for trespass if the owner wishes to press charges.

repo men are allowed to be on the property... once they have possession of the car, it is legally theres.

Ask your local police. The answer will depend on where you live.

Yes In most places hiding the car from the repo man is illegal. If he is sure the car is in there he can enter a storage place and reposes the car. But he is not allowed to intimidate or do violence to the person or property damage to make the repossession.

dont pay the billls. a notice will come up when it says he will come.

Chances are the cops at the gate will escort the repo man to your car and let them take it.

Not really, but a a repo man can with the right paper work scan and check come on to the base and take the car.

Repo Man can come anytime but cannot enter your garage if your vehicle is parked in it.

First question: Yes, they can come on private property, with some limitations. They may not enter an enclosed building or cross a locked gate. Second question: Unless they gain consent of the owner of that vehicle, they cannot enter or move any other vehicle in order to get to the vehicle they're repossessing.

Not unless he has a legal warrant signed by the court

No. They cannot break & enter to repo the car. But, if they do, its up to you to PROVE they did it.

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