READ the contract. It listd the LEGAL reasons a creditor can repo when you are in DEFAULT. Usually they are NOT PAYING, No insurance coverage,using vehicle for ILLEGAL activities, taking out of state without the lenders permission, 3rd party possession.... MERRY Christmas
The answer is yes, if the creditor brings you to court on the matter.
In the state of Texas, yes the creditor can follow for the deficiency balance.
No. Mandatory auto insurance is a state law in Texas.
after living in Texas for 30 days they can get their car registered in Texas. :)
Click this link and it will provide the information you need.http://www.dmv.com/tx/texas/custom-vehicle-registration
To properly register a foreign car in Texas the owner of the vehicle will have to have local insurance, driver's license, a fill out several forms of paperwork. The paper work is to ensure the car as legally brought to the country.
You will not be refunded. If the transaction takes place in Texas, you will pay Texas sales tax appropriate to that county. If a Texan were purchase an auto in Okla, they would pay Okla taxes. Fair is fair. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I was under the impression you only pay sales tax to the state in which you register a vehicle. If the dealer got you an Okla. registration no harm done. If not show the sales tax receipt to the motor vehicle clerk when you register the vehicle or they will charge you tax too, and if they do the dealer had no right to charge you and you should demand a refund. yes u should ======================== The first answer is correct. If you buy a vehicle out of the state you reside, you do have the option to buy the vehicle on a temporary tag and then pay the taxes and register the vehicle when you return home. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ If you purchase a vehicle in Texas for use exclusively outside of Texas you are not required to pay Texas motor vehicle sales tax. You must also complete the Texas Motor Vehicle Sales Tax Exemption Certificate. (Texas Administrative Code / Title 34 / Part 1 / Chapter 3 / Subchapter F / Rule §3.90) Basically, if you are a resident of another state and buy a vehicle in Texas, you do not have to pay the 6.25% Texas motor vehicle sales tax.
When you signed the contract to finance the vehicle, the creditor put a lien on the vehicle. In the rare event that this was not done, it can be done later in some cases.Also, a creditor can place a lien on an already financedvehicle if there is more equity in the vehicle than the amount of the original loan. Generally, a creditor who obtains a judgment lien against you can arrange to place that lien against any property you own in order to satisfy the lien.
Yes, when you transfer the vehicle to your name, you will pay the taxes in the state you register the vehicle in.
Call Department of Public Safety for any vehicle registration questions.
Yes, in the state of Texas, a creditor can come right to your house if you owe debts. However, in other states, the creditor must first get court papers to just show up at your residence.
In law 48, what is a creditor? Is law 48 fair to creditors?
You are required to register the vehicle & keep the window sticker current, but you are not required to carry the paper receipt in the vehicle, UNLESS it is a commercial vehicle. This is stated on the bottom of the Texas DMV registration receipt: "IMPORTANT DOCUMENT: Please retain for your records. THIS RECEIPT IS TO BE CARRIED IN ALL COMMERCIAL VEHICLES. Purchased registration remains with this vehicle and will not be refunded if the vehicle is not old
Wholesale car dealers license in Texas are issued by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, motor vehicle division. Dealers must also register with the Texas Department of Transportation for a GDN or general distinguishing number.
NO. Social Security income is protected from creditor claims.
You have to register any gun in the United States of America. You do not have to register a shotgun in Texas. The other person who answered may have have been thinking of the procedure when you purchase a gun. If you move to Texas and take your shotgun with you I don't think there is any requirement that you register the shotgun when you get to Texas. We took some guns out of Texas to Grand Cayman on a yacht. We register the guns with US customs before we left.
Texas does not have gun registration.
Texas does not require gun registration.
Any vehicle that is operated for more than 30 days in Texas must pay the Texas registration fee of about 53.00. If I take my Texas vehicle to Nevada, I would, after 30 have to pay Nevada registration fee. Don't forget - you also have to change your driver's license and get a state inspection within 30 days.
As far as I know, the only people that have to register in Texas are sexual offenders. So if the felony that was committed is a sex crime, then yes, you have to register. -Police officer
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Texas has no laws requiring registration of firearms.
Texas does not require handgun registration.