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Answered 2008-06-30 04:08:41

They certainly can. Actually, it is not your boat until it is paid for--in full.

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

Simple call the person up and tell them to come get their property.

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

yes they are allowed on your property hide it in the garage if you have one

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

Yes. The trailer is considered personal property, much like that rod and real you left in the boat, or the motor that was not part of the loan. You will be permitted to claim your personal property for thirty days after the boat is repossessed. You will be charged for the storage of it though.

they would have to get a warrant and have an officer come with them.

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.

Yes, they can; they're allowed to charge "reasonable" fees for notifying you they have the property and for storing it until you come to get it.

Most companies that have loans on boats will hire private businesses or individuals to go out and repo the boat that is passed do. One company that repos boats is Marine Lenders Service.

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.

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

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?

I worked with a guy that had the repo man come to work to take his vehicle, so yes they can come to your work. If you haven't been making the payments and they decide to repo your car that is that and I don't believe they have to go through any sort of legal procedures to come and take your car. You didn't pay so they come and take back their property, simple as that unfortunately for you.

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

Do you have a repo contact at BoA? I am going to have the same problem.

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.

No, repo persons can not enter your residence without permission and an attached garage is your property.

Read your CONTRACT. YOU likely authorised it when you signed the papers.

Yes, afterall, the repo-car is still the legal property of the person who has sent the repo-guy to retrieve it.

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

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

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