Yes, he can get it anywhere. No he cannot get it" anywhere".The repo men want you to think that.They can come on your property but they cannot damage your property or "cause a breach of the peace".Now this doesn't mean you have to let them, you can call the police etc.Calling the police is usually a good idea because then you have impartial witnesses.And no the cops won't arrest you. YES, IT CAN BE REPO'D anywhere,as long as it is not locked in. Yes and you don't get caught trespassing...... NO!!!!, A repo man cannot legally enter gated property to take a vehicle without the owners concent, in California. If I come out to a call like this I will arrest you for trespass if the owner wishes to press charges.
Not really, but a a repo man can with the right paper work scan and check come on to the base and take the car.
different states have different laws... and they vary greatly. did he cut the lock off? in my state repo men can't come onto private property to repo a vehicle. in most states if someone cuts the lock off your gate and takes your car... i guess that's break in and entry/trespassing/grand theft auto. i would be suprised if a state would allow a repo man to destroy your property(lock/gate) in order to repo it. if you have a lawyer... why aren't you asking him? the easiest way is to call the police and ask them... but they may not tell you everything... or they might not even know... good luck.
They can if they have an order for repossession. You can ask to see the order, and if they do NOT have the order, then they can not take the car. The repossession would become invalid without the order to take the car.
Type your answer here... Can a repo man not indentifer his self
Unfortunately, unless the property is fenced in with a locked gate the repossession man is allowed to come on to your property to remove the item under repossession. In fact, if you attempt to physically remove him he can pepper spray you in order to protect himself. They have the right to enter your property and reclaim the goods. However, he can not enter your home, a garage, or dwelling. If it is a car, and it is in the driveway he has the right to come on your property and remove it. They cannot move any of your or anyone's property to attain the vehicle, so if you park another vehicle in front of it he cannot move that to get to yours.
If it isn't locked up, yes. After the bank has finished the repo papers the car belongs to the bank. Yes they can come on your property because you gave the lender permission in the loan agreement you signed.They cannot damage your property.
No. You didn't make the car payment, so he had every right to take the vehicle.
No. This is because it is not "your" property. If it is being repossessed, it means that the bank "owns" it since you financed it. That is why it's legal for them to take it from you. If you assault a repo man, you will go to jail. Plain and simple. The flip side of this, of course, is that the repo man is acting under restrictions as well. For example, nearly all states will not allow the repo man to "break and enter" to get the property. If you garage door or gate is open, they can go in and pull the vehicle. If its closed, they can't. That's the basic rundown, varies a lot state to state. Some states, you can open a gate or garage door as long as its not locked. Just varies. But don't assualt the repo man, and he better not assault you either.As a Repossesion Agent, I would like to say a word. Remember that the repo guy is not the one that owns the loan on your car. YOU signed on the line saying you could and would make the monthly payment on the vehicle. I, as do all Repo Professionals, understand that things come up, people get laid off, relatives get sick, etc. Things happen, and that's okay. But if you can't make the payments, you can't keep the car. If that was the way the world worked, we would all have brand new cars. Let me tell you something: I don't drive a brand new car, neither does my wife. I repo because that's how I feed my two baby daughters and my wife. That's how I keep my electricity and heat flowing to keep them warm. I understand you are frustrated and probably embarassed. But don't take it out on the repo man. He is doing his job and working hard for his family.
If you can prove it's yours (title, payment book, registration is in your name, etc) then the police or constable are often willing to go to the property with you to keep the peace, while you load up/start up your vehicle and leave. If that's not an option, but you can prove it's yours, then hire a repo man, (look for "Asset Recovery") or ask a beater car lot or small bank who they use for repo's. Expect to pay somewhere around $300 for the repo, and be prepared for some minor damage.
10% of the pay off they wont take it from you and let you keep your ride....
Yes, he sure did.