Yes, it is a felony.
Possibly, if someone else has a legitimate claim on it and you are preventing them from taking the car.
You cannot go to jail unless your are hiding the vehicle where the bank cant get it then they can report it stolen and if you still have you can go to jail.
no unless your not apart of a the program
yes，you may be catched by cops.
It is possible; Wisconsin is a self-help repossession state. Hiding the vehicle is called hindering repossession and is comparable to auto theft. When you purchase a car by loan, you do not technically own the car outright. You own it cooperatively with the loan provider. When you default on your loan, you give up the rights you had to the vehicle, and via lien law, the loan provider now owns the vehicle. Therefore it is not yours to hide.
yes you can go to jail for stealing a car,
contact repossession companies or car dealerships in your area
in nc, can you go to jail if you owe a bank for a car?
no you can't go to jail for throwing a snowball at a car.
No, the lender can not have you put in jail because they have a lien on you car. They can press charges against you in many states if your vehicle is up for repossession and you attempt to hide it or hinder the agency hired to secure it from recovering your car. Or, if the lender secures a replevin and you still refuse to turn over the vehicle, you will go to jail then for contempt of court.
Technically, you won't go to jail for stealing a car - you go to jail when you're caught. Stealing a vehicle is a felony.
A repossession on your credit is NOT GOOD. Avoid it if there's anyway possible. You say the car is SOLELY in your name?? GO GET IT and sell it.
It is against the law to hide your car from repossession in every state. It is called fraud, interfering with repossession, auto theft in some states. In Indiana it is routinely dealt with by replevin, an order from the court to surrender the property or go to jail and surrender the property.
Yes, and not just Virginia, but in any state. If you stillowe money to the finance company for the car, they can arrest you for "Concealment ofProperty for Security Interest". This can happen even if they have alreadyrepossed the car.
No. The penalties for hiding and/or hepling Jews were not applied consistently.
No you cant be taken to jail for that you have done no crimes at all it is not a crime not being able to pay your car even if you do it on purpose, not paying for the vehicle. Other wise allot of people would be taken to jail especially now with the economy down.
good luck hiding a vechile from the repo-man! they cantrack down a vehicle by using the vin number and plates. after they get a hold of the vehicle, you'll either go to jail or have to pay a really big fine
Yes. It's called hindering a secured creditor. Sometimes, depending on the value of the vehicle, it is a state jail felony. It's in the Texas Penal Code under fraud.
NO, there are no more debtors prisons.
No, not unless there is a court order for you to release the vehicle.
In the U.S there is no debtors prison which means you can't go to jail for a debt owed (i'm assuming you owe car payments). However they will get you eventually, they can't come in your garage but they have spotters who will tell if you are seen at a gas station, store or god forbid on a date at a movie theatre, and when they do they'll grab your car quicker than you can imagine.
Yes, you can. It's a state jail felony if the value of the property is at least $1500, which is going to include most cars. (It becomes a third degree felony if the car is worth at least $20,000.)
You will not go to jail for having vodka in your car, although if you get pulled over and the police search your vehicle and find pot in the car then you will definitely go to jail.