Can someone get arrested if caught driving a car if they are three months behind on payments and the bank is looking for it?
The only way someone can be arrested for driving a car when the bank wants to repo it is if it is reported stolen. The bank must report repo action to police or court before this can call stolen. Most bank will report to police or court for repo action. This will let police know that it not stolen by repo. Most bank do not want to report to police or court. It involame alot of money (impound cost by police, towing fee with police, court cost, filing fee, court fee, etc). Bank hire repro is cheaper then report to police or court. I am not sure what the complication would be if you were trying to register it again after a couple of years though. But from my experience, do not park the vehicle anywhere near your house where iti can be seen. Repomen are always on the hunt, and if they see your car at anytime, then they are goign to be quick to try and get it.
What if you are arrested for DUI and take a blood test and you told them what your on and that those are your prescriptions will you get arrested or goto court and the judge will determine that?
Just because you were allegedly taking legally prescribed medication has nothing to do with driving under their influence, or not. "Under the influence" is under the influence, period. Someone is just as dead from being killed by someone driving on prescribed medication as they would be if they were driving under the influence of crystal meth.
If someone is looking for a car that is going to repossessed and you drive it. Can you be arressted?
No you will not be arrested. Turn the car in if you are not going to make the payments. Having you car repossessed is a horrible idea, if there is any way you can avoid it. Talk to the lender and see if you can work something out. Remember you will still owe the balance on the difference in what they sell the car for and what is owed. Plus you credit is ruined for…
No. In my experience and from what I've read, it is not wise to lease a car from someone with a loan. They can still be held responsible for the car if anything happens to it. If you cannot afford to make the payments and the bank comes to collect the car, and the owner does not have it, they can be arrested.
Yes, if your over 18 and shove someone. That person can get charged and arrested for assault. My father got arrested for it, even in our own home. Not sure if it's like that everywhere but here in TN you will get arrested for it. That is, if the person that got shoved have him/her arrested for that reason.
If you dont get caught with it on you or smoking it but it comes out in a test that you have marijuana in your system can you get arrested?
If someone moves overseas without paying their loans of several thousand dollars can they be arrested upon re-entering the U.S. even if they had a co-signer for the loans?
When you co-sign on a loan or mortgage for someone, you are promising to make the loan payments if they can't. When someone files for bankruptcy, they are claiming that they cannot make their payments. It would stand to reason that if someone you co-signed on a mortgage for files for bankruptcy that you would then be liable for making the payments.
If you have no drivers license but car is insured are you supposed to get arrested and get your car towed?
It depends on the state and area you live in. In most areas, you will be arrested and hauled off to jail for driving without a license. In some parts of the US, if there is another licensed driver in the vehicle they can drive it home for you OR they might be in trouble for letting you drive. Unless they can prove they did NOT know you did not have a license. Or (in…
If you have been late on payments several times but never sixty days past due can car be repossessed?
You would have to read the contract to see if someone can "legally" repossess it. But ultimately, there is someone, somewhere who makes a decision. This person can continuously let is slide, or they can just get fed up one day and take, or have someone take your car. They also know that if you cannot afford payments then you will definitely not be able to afford back payments, penalty payments, and current payments all…