NO! They have to send you a 21 day right to cure before any repossession, What that means is when you are late enough for them to decide to repossess your vehicle then they have to send you a right to cure via certified mail, the righ tto cure will state you have 21 days to catch up the past due balance on your account or the bank may excercise there right to collect the debit which includes repossessing your vehicle, Iowa also requires the plates to your vehicle stay with you so do not let them try to charge you to give them back along with your personal property. FOR MORE INFO ON YOUR RIGHTS , AND HOW TO STOP THE REPOMAN GOTO MY WEBSITE www.stoptheREPOman.com... I have lots of info there on your right, how to hide your car and alot more, i ALSO OFFER A PERSONAL CONSULTATION
If you financed the car at one of those ripoff buy here pay here lots they can and usually will. Sorry.
Can a vehicle be taken by the police for delinquent payments.
Once you drive the vehicle away from the dealership you have taken possession of it and cannot stop payment for any reason without committing fraud.
The finance company has the right to repo a vehicle the day after the payment is due if it is stated in your contract. they usually wait till you are 30-60 days past due.
You are crazy
If they should not be taken together, the warning has be on the label on the outside of the packet. If there is a warning, do not mix them. If there is no warning, there is no known interaction.
Steps that can be taken to avoid the legal process of distraint is to pay the rent every month without elapsing on payment. When several payments are missed, the landlord can seize property to sell for payment of the missed rent.
Of course. If it was taken without the owners permission how are they supposed to know who took it or if it was going to be returned to them?
The D4 light on a Honda Accord is the transmission warning light. These come on when there is a malfunction on the transmission. For the problem to be diagnosed properly the vehicle should be taken to a dealership.
My 18 year old daughter bought a programs 2010 vehicle from a AR dealer with me as a cosigner. First payment due on 7-29-11 and she has the money for that payment however she just submitted her college schedule to her job wherein they told her they would see what they could do but no promisses. I have been taken off work due to health issues so this vehicle payment may get rough for anyone. Is there any clause in a law that states she can return the vehicle now?