Can you charge finance company a storage fee if you had the car for three years before they came to get it never hid the car and disclosed your address to finance company?
Call your state Attorney general for the real o'pinion. I would say even if you could they will charge them back to you....soooo 6 of one, 1/2 dozen of the other,HUH? It would be a "cost" incurred in repoing the car...
IF you can charge the fee (again ask a lawyer) and IF you can prove they had all the required information to pick the car up...they can not charge it back as inurred costs for a repossession. you made the good faith effort and told them where the vehicle was...you can not be charged for their neglegence in picking it up.
If you had the car for three years you should have sent them a certified letter telling the exact location of the car after 6 months and then applied for an abandonment title.
Your vehicle was repossessed and the finance company charged you ''storage'' fee on the invoice to get your vehicle back can the repo agent still charge for storage?
Will a finance company accept storage insurance instead of full coverage if the car is never driven If so how much cheaper is storage insurance compared to full coverage?
Hire a moving company Call your storage facility and authorize the moving company Provide your moving company with your facility's name, address, phone number, and access code If needed, get a storage facility in your new state and provide that information to your moving company as well Be prepared to pay a fairly large amount of money for handling and transportation.
Im storing a motorcylcle for an ex- friend that needs to be repossessed will the finance company pay for storage?
How can you get your car back Tucson police impounded it due to suspended license and no insurance plus you owe 4 payments to car finance company this car?
This is a real easy one. PAY EVERYBODY WHAT YOU OWE THEM. I would suggest that you pay and get it out of impound as soon as possible. The storage fees will build up every day and you will be responsible for them whether you pay them now or if the finance company has to pay them later in order to repo the car. You will be responsible for all legal fees, storage fees, and…
Vehicle you recovered and the owner has given it back to the finance company are they responsible for storage and recovery costs?
Depending on your contract with the lender or repossession forwarding company, they could be responsible for the storage fees and recovery costs. Ultimately the car's owner is responsible. If the fees have not been paid and you feel they will not be, and you have not released the vehicle yet, do not release it. The vehicle is the only security you have against payment.
Laws vary by state, but typically, yes. If the finance company feels the vehicle is at risk of having a lien put on it by a local or state government entity, they'll take possession of the vehicle, as the right of the government agency to recoup storage and towing costs has priority over the finance company.
ADDRESS BUS point to Storage Location on MEMORY\STORAGE DEVICE & PROCESSOR uses ADDRESS on MEMORY to FETCH DATA (usually BITS). ADDRESS BUS supports to & fro of signals to Storage Locations (addresses) on Primary or Secondary Storage devices while DATA BUS carries bidirectional signals on specified locations (Addresses on Storage Devices) as VALUES.
Generally, no. The storage company has a contract. The terms of that contract include the right of the storage company to put a lien on all the items within the storage unit, in the case of unpaid bills; to prevent items from being removed before the lien is satisfied at auction, the storage company places their own locks on the unit.
Generally, the answer is yes. If you contact the finance company, pay the outstanding payments and cover the repo and storage fees, they will be more than happy to let you continue paying your loan. Finance companies would rather you pay your loan as agreed than have to repo your car, auction it, and come after you for the difference on the note.
What are your rights in California if your car was sold 1 week after it was released back to you after repossession?
I don't understand how they could sell the car IF you had redeemed it. Got more info??? I am the original author of the question....my car was repossesed and we made arrangements with the financing company to pay off the back amount due and re-finance the loan. We signed the contract and 3 business days after we signed it (before we could even pick the car up) their storage place auctioned off the car. It…
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If you filed bankruptcy two years ago and called the finance company to repossess a car but they never came to get it until now do they have a legal right to it after all this time?
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To the best of my knowledge there is no limit. This is their way of robbing people and unfortunatly the city usually just wants the car MOVED so they don't crack down on the fees the companies that move the cars charge. The finance company that has it repo'd pays them to tow it and allowing them to rob you keeps their costs down they have to pay the tow company also. in the state…
Do you have any recourse if the repo company is trying to charge additional storage fees when you were told previously that there wouldn't be any?
If you park a car in a public storage garage and the space you rented is enclosed and locked - can the car be repossessed?
It depends on the contract you have with the storage garage. Some storage facilities require that property stored have no liens. Some state in their contracts that if a lienholder produces proper paperwork, they (the storage facilities) will allow them access to the liened property. In AZ, if you store property with a lien on it and refuse access to the lienholder, it is a felony ( ARS Title 13, Section 2204). But to simplify…
Im storing a motorcylcle for an ex- friend that needs to be repossessed. Will the finance company pay for storage if i return it to them?
How can a person contact the company so they can please release the third season and morethe rest of Leave it to Beaver - preferably sometime in 2008 or upcoming 2009?
Every organization will set their own minimums, finance companies or investors can also set the minimums to protect their investment. The minimum is usually 100 percent functionality. It is common to use offsite data storage and cloud computing to attain this goal. If a company has the proper planning in place there is no "disaster recovery" because the company has prepared for all contingencies.