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Can your car be repossessed when you have paid off the loan but have not received the title?

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2005-11-24 14:13:15
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Most states have a law that requires that the title be sent within 3, 10 or 30 days of final payment being made. The law usually doesn't have much in the way of teeth, so you may need to remind the lending institution that the loan has been paid and that you want the title. After you have requested the title the lending institution may be in default and you may have recourse, depending again on your state and the laws that regulate title loans.

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If your car was paid off, then why was it repoed? Or if you mean you paid it off after it was repoed, then if the loan company accepted your money,then they have to give you the car and title back. I would call them and get it back or your money back.



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The bank receives the title until the loan is paid. If the loan is paid off then you receive the title.


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As long as there is a security interest in your car, YES, it can be repoed if the loan is not paid. Just think how many people would buy cars today if your situation happened everyday.


Keep bothering them. If you haven't received the title after about 90 days, then something has to be wrong.


Legally, if you received any notification fro the lender that the loan was paid in full, and you received a clear title from the lender, the loan is paid in full and you have a clear title. Ethically, you may have problem. Morally, you may need to work with the company to correct the error.


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Once you have received notice that the creditor has been paid in full you can contact the owner of the loan and request the title. They may want to see that they have been paid in full in writing via the trustee. It is really not that hard to get the title. Good Luck!


It is possible to work out a deal with the bank after it is repossessed. However, a new loan or legal agreement will have to be signed.


Yes a vehicle can be repossessed if the loan is not being paid on.


Loan and security will always be active against the vehicle. It never goes away until paid or repossessed. Yes, the collateral may be repossessed at any time.


None, unless the person who is named on the title chooses to make an agreement with the lender to refinance the car in their name. A title which has a lien against it does not confer ownership to the title holder. The vehicle belongs to the lender/lien holder until the loan agreement is paid.


Lender should supply after note is paid


Until you pay it off, yes. It is not yours until it is paid in full and the Lein Holder's name is off the title.


Yes, if you don't comply with the terms of the lending agreement.


Yes, it can be repossessed. If you owe money on a vehicle and do not have a clear title of the car - In reality, this car is not yours until the debt is paid. The car is collateral until your pay the loan off. If the car was repossessed, the personal contents like the car seat must be given back to you.


No. You don't get the title to your car until any loans against it are paid in full. <><><> In several states, you will get a title document- but it will show the loan company or bank as a lienholder. That title cannot be transferred to someone else until the lien is satisfied (loan paid off)


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If they are not on the Certificate of Title you can sell the car. However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.If they are not on the Certificate of Title you can sell the car. However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.If they are not on the Certificate of Title you can sell the car. However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.If they are not on the Certificate of Title you can sell the car. However, generally, the Title is held by the lender until the loan is paid off. You cannot sell a car without the Certificate of Title.


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As long as the loan for the unit is paid each month, the collateral will never be repo'd.


If the car is paid off, you can probably get the title at the Department of Motor Vehicles. If the car is not paid off, the bank that holds your loan holds the title until the loan is satisfied.


Think about it. IF the lender waited until the loan was paid off,zillions of repos would NEVER be reported. Sooo, they report them as they happen.



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