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Can criminal charges be brought against you if your car was supposed to be repossessed and you have not turned it over?

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2006-10-14 18:38:16
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Usually, the payment agreement for your car is considered a civil issue and should you choose to turn your car in after they have tried to reposses it, you should not face and CRIMINAL charges. However, the loaning agency always reserves the right to sue you for monitary considerations.

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