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Can a repo man move a car trailer out of his way if it is in front of the car he is trying to repo?

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2013-08-30 02:55:21
2013-08-30 02:55:21

No, they cannot. By law, they're only entitled to enter and move the vehicle they have an order for repossession on. The only way they can move another vehicle is if the owner of that vehicles gives them permission to do such.

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They can pull the kingpin latch on the fifth wheel - that is all they can do. They cannot physically move the trailer.


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Do you have a repo contact at BoA? I am going to have the same problem. norris7875@live.com


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Who told you there would be no storage? The lender? the repo co.? Call the LENDER, they have control of the repo company.


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Only if the truck, boat and trailer were all behind on payments and the lien holder for all of them assigned them all out for repo. If they weren't it's called conversion.



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NO!!! I'm sorry but whoever fool you and told you this is a fool. It is only a repo mans job to move your car if perhaps another car is interfearing with him doing his job then he consults his boss.


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No they are not supposed too that does not mean they won't.




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