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Can you still be arrested for hiding a vehicle if it is a charge-off?


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2015-07-15 18:44:53
2015-07-15 18:44:53

What is so great about a car that you are willing to go thru all this to keep a car you havent paid for?? Is it a challenge to beat the repoman?? FYI, you are NOT playing a game against the "the repoman". You are dealing with state laws. CALL a local attorney NOW and find out your "rights".

NO,You cannot be arrested it is a civil matter not crimminal.


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You can be arrest, yes. Would you be? Doubtful. Very stupid thing to do in any case. Thanks for the reply. What I REALLY meant is... if you DID hide a car that was going to be repossessed, then came to your senses and gave the car up, is there still a possiblity of being arrested for hiding the car in the first place? Thanks...

If you have defaulted on your loan and not returned the vehicle, then you have basically committed a theft.

He is still alive and hiding

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.

He's dead and buried. (There's no way he'd be hiding from his kids.)

YES. Not usually. In New Jersey if you have more than 90 % equity in the vehicle they can no longer take the car. BUT they can still damage your credit for 7 years and try to collect in court. In practice they almost always damage credit with a chargeoff or a closing of the account but they rarely sue for small ammounts though they still can.

No, you will not be arrested but you are still liable to pay back the loan.

Yes but most are in hiding.

I don't actually know but she could be still alive.

No, you can still get arrested.

No. Copyright infringement is a civil matter, so you won't be 'arrested' for illegally downloading (streaming is still downloading in a way) a movie, but you can be sued.

It depends on whether or not your driving priovileges were suspended or revoked. If they were, it is against the law for you to drive anywhere. ALL states honor each others motor vehicle laws.

You can be arrested anywhere as long as the officer tells you what you are being arrested for and it's probable cause. Example: The officer can arrest you for buying a pack of gum but he can arrest you for stealing a pack of gum even though its not a lot you can still be arrested.

Yes footage still exists and no one is hiding anything, it is by the request of the family that video not be released.

not yet, he's still awaiting trial

I don't think so. You can still get it on your device.

You can't. If a vehicle has a lien on it the lien holder is the owner of record of the vehicle.

Good things about the trenches during wars were so that soldiers hiding down there had a better chance of not being killed if they were shot at because they were underground... also that the soldiers hiding in the trenches could still be hiding and still shooting at their enemy whilst being hidden.

Perhaps. It would depend on the type of debt and the laws of the state in which the debt was incurred. It could very well be that the SOL has expired and the debt is no longer valid.

Yes!Deffinetly, people belive in magic. Magic is just hiding, hiding from dark magic.(I also call Magic Magyk)

500 from concentration camps and a known 356 was hiding, theirs a guaranteed that there was more Jews who survived but still in hiding

Yes, their in hiding but theirs people looking for them.

Yes in Virginia, but your finance co. will still require you to insure vehicle or they will add it on to your existing loan.

Yes. MLK got arrested in Selma, Alabama. But...I'm still trying to find why. :P

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