Repossession

Can a repo man move another car to get to the one up for repo in sc?

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2013-08-30 02:53:04
2013-08-30 02:53:04

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.

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