It can be done. Its called "§ 14-115. Secreting property to hinder enforcement of lien or security interest. Any person who, with intent to prevent or hinder the enforcement of a lien or security interest after a judgment or order has been issued for possession for that personal property subject to said lien or security interest, either refuses to surrender such personal property in his possession to a law enforcement officer, or removes, or exchanges, or secretes such personal property, shall be guilty of "" in NC. READ carefully..
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I don't think that's right. I was threatened with some junk similar with my car lender when i was behind. I called my local police and asked them if what they were saying was correct. Turns out if I would have went to jail, I could have sued the car lender for doing that. The guy said the its their duty to get their car without frauding with the law.
Call the police and explain the situation then see what they suggest and go from there.
Legally, yes. But it is unlikely that a creditor would take such action.
The only recourse (legally) would be to file suit against the creditor, seeking payment.
most likely, property is property
As long as the merchandise is not stolen and was obtained legally, it is legal.
Absolutely. That's the responsibility you took on as a co-signer: that you would assume payments in the event the primary could not make them. If that person is making payments mutually agreed to by him and his creditor, then they have no reason to coma after you. However, if because of the Chapter 13 he can't make payments, you become legally responsible for them.
When you receive a gift yes you do.
LENDERS repo cars. Co-owners on the TITLE, take possession. NOT co-signors on the loan, but CO-OWNERS ON THE TITLE.
With a judgment and execution, the sheriff can. Without it no. But the collection agency can never legally access it. However, there are ways to do it illegally. Can the creditor do it... ? If you have a citizens acct and a debt with them, then yes, they can legally access whatever accounts you have with them. But a creditor can't just get access to you bank accounts. (I own a collection agency)
Question is not clear -however- - a creditor on some other debt cannot legally seuze your car in paymnet of HIS loan. The reason being - you do not actually own the car. It is owned by the creditor who holds the car loan. If this is what happened to you - notify the police and your car creditor immediately!
Doing what you are describing is called "possession of stolen property," and it is a serious crime. They are legally required to give back your property in the same sense that someone who is beating you up is legally required to stop hitting you.
Possession is defined legally in two ways;(1) "actual" possession (i.e.: on your person) and(2) "constructive" possession which means anywhere 'within your control.'
It is legally called a "disclaimer" and it means you do not have any legal possession of it, it cannot be seized from you, it remains part of the estate and it can be distributed to others by the estate. This is sometimes used when an heir has a debt that would completely consume the inheritance, so it is disclaimed rather than be forfeited to the creditor.
Make sure the creditor was notified that their debt was included in and discharged through your bankruptcy. Once notified, they cannot legally update a trade line.
A creditor does not legally have to accept any payment amount except that which is stated in the contract/lending agreement. Also when accepting a lesser payment the creditor is still not barred from using other methods including litigation to collect the debt. Evem of the debtor is making payments on the account the creditor can still file suit for the debt and if granted a judgment in most cases use it as a lien against the debtor's property. Because litigation is expensive and time consuming most creditors (not all) will try to work with the debtor. The debtor should contact the creditor to attempt to make other payment arrangements, not take it upon themselves to simply pay what they can afford.
The Utah vehicle exemption is $2,500.
Depends on the lender. Legally, one!
You will need to get a lawyer for a legally current and correct answer.
Legally, you have the right to the use and possession of the marital property until a court order to the contrary is issued. You should consult with your attorney.Legally, you have the right to the use and possession of the marital property until a court order to the contrary is issued. You should consult with your attorney.Legally, you have the right to the use and possession of the marital property until a court order to the contrary is issued. You should consult with your attorney.Legally, you have the right to the use and possession of the marital property until a court order to the contrary is issued. You should consult with your attorney.
If you ever try to resell the bag you can be held legally responsible for selling fake merchandise. It can range any where from a small fee, community service, to jail time depending on how much you resold the bag for and if you are in possession of other counterfeit goods that are for sale.
If you do not want your car repossessed, then you need to keep up with the payments on your car. If you are behind on payments, then your car could be taken away from you legally.
A block is the act of legally stopping a defender from getting to the player in possession of the ball.Therefore if there is not a player in possession of the ball no one can be technically blocked.