Federal and states laws do not allow repossession agents move a vehicle that may be blocking in a wanted vehicle without the permission of that vehicle's owner. That being said, most agents will not hook a blocking vehicle to move it for liability reasons. That being said, there are exceptions to every rule, and there are some less scrupulous repossession agents who will do whatever they deem necessary to get a wanted vehicle. These are the exception and not the rule.
Here's the thing: if an agent has moved a vehicle that you had blocking in another that was up for repossession, contact your states bureau of licensing and report them. You might also report it to your local law enforcement agency. Additionally, consider that blocking a wanted vehicle to prevent repossession could be a felony in your state; this is called Hindering a Lender, and may be prosecuted like Auto Theft.
Another thing to consider is that the sole purpose of the job of a repossession agent is to recover vehicles up for repossession. Blocking in a wanted vehicle makes his job more difficult. Now think about how you respond if someone makes the job you do more difficult. Repossession agents, most of them, are very good at their jobs, and very motivated; if they do not recover, they do not get paid. Now think about where the most inconvenient place would be to have your vehicle repossessed. Church? School? The Winn Dixie as you walk out with melting ice cream and your screaming progeny to see your car being towed away behind the repo truck as the driver waves at you? Make it easy on yourself.
when repo man repossess the car and was in an accident before you can get it back, what happens
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.
No. A repo agent is only permitted to move and enter the vehicle which they have an order for repossession on.
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.
No. Unless they're given permission from the owner of the other vehicle, they can only legally enter and move the vehicle they have an order for repossession on. If they move another vehicle, they're guilty of a criminal offense.
No. They're only legally entitled to enter and move the vehicle which they have an order for repossession on. If this has happened to you, you need to file a police report.
No they are not supposed too that does not mean they won't.
No but that does not mean they won't do either. A repo man cannot legally move another vehicle out of the way, but if he can get the car just by driving across the grass, then legally he can and probably will do so.
no, they want the car so they can get payed, a repo man can NOT move another car to get to the car being repoed, nor can they break and enter to recover a car, if you open the building your basically giving them permission to enter and recover the car
they will repo it
No. A repo man can not move another vehicle to get to your car.AnswerNo. However, if asomeone is trying to keep the car from being reposessed by blocking it in, it won't work. It might buy some time but eventually they will get a court order and move the car or anything else blocking it in and remove it then. Also, if an undue amount of resistance is offered up to prevent reposession, there's a chance someone could be arrested for interference. After all, it is there car until it's completely paid for.
Probably not. He'd probably ask you to get out of the car.
If its not your car why do you care???
A "repo man" can take your car no matter what. If your purse is in the car, they can take it. You will probably be called with the information on how to get your personal effects.
Chances are the cops at the gate will escort the repo man to your car and let them take it.
Maybe the repo man was after something other than your car. Or, maybe the person was there to serve you with some papers.
An officer can be called to keep the peace. Otherwise, a repo is a civil issue.
IF the loan is in DEFAULT that has the car as collateral AND the LENDER issues a repo order, YES, the repo man can take the car from a 3rd party in possession.
Only a prosecuter can prosectute. It is legal to repo a car from anywhere as long as they dont "breach the peace" to get to it. That is, they cant break & enter or physically move you out of the way.
The repo man will not care if your car has insurance or not. If you haven't been paying for your car, the finance company or bank will take their car back.
A long time if you hide it well!