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Answered 2016-03-21 18:01:59

Yes, with limitations. Repossessions usually take place on private property.

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can a repo man have to announce himself when he comes on private property


Yes. The objective of a repo man is to reposess property of people who have defaulted on their loans. A repo man will never ask for permission.


No. If they do, they are trespassing and you can have them arrested.




yes, but they cant break & enter to do so.


Not unless he has a legal warrant signed by the court


No. They cannot break & enter to repo the car. But, if they do, its up to you to PROVE they did it.


Yes he or she can enter private propery as long as the Do not Breach The Peace in Texas. DE Repoman Houston TX


In most states no. That is a breach of the peace and that is illegal.


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.


Yes, if they are accompanied by a Sheriff and have the proper documentation stating that the lienholder would like the vehicle recovered.


NO THIS IS ILLEGAL! They cannot go inside your house, garage, or locked private property


NO It's almost always against the property owner's will, but if there is no confrontation (breach of peace), it will be removed. And you can spend 6-24 months in jail for tresspassing.


YES, they are allowed to by law and usually the contract you sign gives that in writing.



First question: Yes, they can come on private property, with some limitations. They may not enter an enclosed building or cross a locked gate. Second question: Unless they gain consent of the owner of that vehicle, they cannot enter or move any other vehicle in order to get to the vehicle they're repossessing.


Yes. Private property remains private property until it becomes public property by a transfer of title by deed or by a taking.Yes. Private property remains private property until it becomes public property by a transfer of title by deed or by a taking.Yes. Private property remains private property until it becomes public property by a transfer of title by deed or by a taking.Yes. Private property remains private property until it becomes public property by a transfer of title by deed or by a taking.


Legally probably not,that assumes you do not own the propery or the property(like a private road) to get to your property so that would be trespass.But someone has to call the police to enforce the trespass violation.After the repo guy has the car there is not much you can do except to sue the lender or repo guy. Gated,YES.Gated and locked no.


yes you can repo on work property as long as the work does not tell you other wise IE most hospitals will not allow you to repo on there property


Yes. They can build on their own private property.Yes. They can build on their own private property.Yes. They can build on their own private property.Yes. They can build on their own private property.


This depends upon the local jurisdiction and the laws pertaining to this activity. The legal authority given to a repo man may well nullify normal civil protection.


They can come onto your property because you gave them permission when you signed the loan.If it someone elses property that is trespass but after they have the vehicle the point is moot as long as they didn't damage the property.


Either remove it before the repo man takes the car or go to the repo company and ask if they set it aside. Some repo companies put all the belongings in a bag and set it aside for the owner. can a repo company charge me for retrieving my personal property and property that belongs to someone else?


Yes they can, as long as it is the correct vehicle.



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