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Can you get your stuff out of your truck that was repossessed like your speakers that are in a box behind the seat and amp clothes money and medicine?

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2006-06-13 04:00:58
2006-06-13 04:00:58

Yes you are entitled to your personal possesions. Typically, the rule of thumb is that if it is INSTALLED in the vehicle, it stays in the vehicle unless prior arrangements have been mad with the lienholder or it states otherwise in your contract. If the speakers and amp are just sitting in there, it is considered personal property and they have to let you get them. However, if there is even one screw attaching them to the vehicle, they stay until the lienholder gives the ok to remove them. Best way to get it all back is to pay the lienholder off and get everything back at the same time.

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