NO,thats Grand Theft.
Without proper permission (in writing) to take your car after it's been repossessed, it is considered stealing. Anything from jail time to a hefty fine. If it's been repo'd, it's not yours anymore.
They take out the personal belongings. This includes the tags. Check with the repo company or lender for that stuff back.
Of course, it won't legally be your car however.
It depends on your juristiction. Most juristictions around the United States of America can legally repossess your vehicle if you're late on your payment by just 1 month.
Not without being a car thief.
IF you have a legal interest in it, you call THE LENDER. They can tell you what you need to know. but they wont until you pay.... you might go take YOUR car back..beat the repoman
you will go to jail for auto theft when they catch you.
Probably not. You'd have to ask an attorney.
You will have to take it up with the bank who repossessed the van. Since the car belongs to you, they should not be able to take it away from you. The laws may vary state-by-state. Talk to your divorce attorney to be sure you are protected. * Legally the vehicle could be seized if a deficiency remains after the repossessed van has been sold. This is possible because the transaction was made during the marriage and terms included in a divorce have no bearing on valid lending agreements.
If a car is repossessed it is usually up to the creditor, what terms and conditions have to be met to get the car back. Included with all the payments missed, there might also be fees like towing, late fees, etc. The creditor is probably going to want all of this paid up front to get the car back.
Yes. the title to car car remains with the bank or finance company. Legally they can take possession for lack of payment at any time regardless of your wishes.
It means the bank, or whoever loaned you the money for the car, will send people out to take it back.