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Can furniture be repossessed without a warrant?

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2007-10-17 12:59:55
2007-10-17 12:59:55

Yes your furniture can be repossesed without a warrant, but those who are repossesing your furniture must have permission from a owner or guardian of the house to be in the house.

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It can be aslong as they have permission to enter the home they cannot enter without permission or they can be arrested for breaking and entry


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