Maam, if its a personal disagreement between you and SIL, your best option is go borrow enough to pay him off ASAP. Some relatives dont make good lenders. Did you sign a contract of any sort? If so, did it have any clause pertaining to DEFAULT? Legally, you have to be in default to be repossessed. Good Luck
No it does not, that counts again as a sale exchange, so long as the full amount of debt do the lender has been paid back. A reposession is when you are unable to fulfill your agreed upon contract (paying your debts as agreed) the lender will then Repossess the "goods" and resell them for what it left on the loan to equal out the debts. However in the case of "goods" that depreciate in value (like a vehicle) sometimes they are resold for less than the loan is, and you can owe money on the vehicle still.
I guess the lender could make a mistake on the amount and have to correct themelves. Verbally abuse you?? NOT. Call a local attorney for state specific advise.
Amount owed on vehicle- unless vehicle is damaged then they can auction to the highest bidder
The amount of energy absorbed by a vehicle in an impact is related to:
Is The amount of energy absorbed by a vehicle in an impact is related to the direction of the impact and design of the vehicle
It's an agreed amount of insulin.
the amount of miles a vehicle has driven in its lifetime
LOAN GIVEN IN AN AGREED TO AMOUNT WHICH CAN BE BORROWED LATER FOR ANY AND ALL OF AMOUNT UP TO THAT AGREED UPON AMOUNT AS IT HAS BEEN PAID. 1-Is a mortgage that allows the borrower to borrow additional money without rewriting the mortgage.
The amount of energy absorbed by a vehicle in an impact is related to the direction of the design of the vehicle. The speed and weight of the vehicle will also play a significant role.
it is the maximum amount of weight an axle of a vehicle or trailer can carry with out damage. this is sometimes used to determine if an individual has broken the terms of a warranty.
Sounds like you need to call a local attorney for state specific advice. You are into an area that will require a judgment/judge and that's NOT me. Good Luck I just posted this question, here is the entire situation. I live in PA, paid the seller (a friend) the agreed upon amount of $2300.00 over the course of 6 months, the final payment coming in August 2004. All debts were satisfied; however, the seller kept putting off the title transfer after numerous requests by me. This week the vehicle was repossessed by the seller for no reason. I reported the vehicle stolen to the police and the police stated that since she still has the title she needs to make the report. I discovered that she indeed repo'ed the vehicle for what she states as failure to satisfy the agreed upon amount. I have proof that I paid her the entire amount and the fair market value for the vehicle is $2100.00, $200.00 less than what I paid the seller. Does having the title in the seller's name give the seller legal rights to take back the vehicle even after all agreed upon debts were satisfied? If the title is in her name, the police are going to say it's her car until you get a lawyer and sue her. With documentation of the agreed price and payments made, you should have no trouble convincing a judge.
An indentured servant is a person who agreed to work for someone a certain amount of time in exchange for the cost of ocean voyage.
If a down payment is put down on a vehicle and it is never picked up, it is possible to get out of the deal. However, the down payment will probably stay with the seller. The seller has the right to sell the vehicle again if it is not picked up in the agreed upon amount of time.
-- mass of the vehicle -- speed of the vehicle
If you agreed to pay the subrogation claim.. The customary way to respond is with a Check or money order in the amount you agreed to pay.
That depends on the weight of the vehicle(s) and how fast it (they) are travelling.
When a vehicle randomly overheats, it is likely that the coolant level is low. Check the and fill the level to proper amount.
Yes. You have a legal contract to pay the agreed upon amount. If they did not accept your latest offer, they can send the bill to a collection agency.
A good faith deposit is a deposit put down on a large ticket item to show you are serious about buying it. It can be any amount agreed to buy the seller and buyer. Sometimes it holds a space or reserves something.
Vehicle inventory is the amount of vehicles that a car company has in their lot at any given time. If it is a private business, then it is the amount of vehicles that that company owns.
No they cannot add an account if the co signer only agreed to one account.
Normally, unless it is a sort of pawnshop or personal type of loan, you the borrower hold the collateral. For example, if you get a loan on a vehicle, you have possession of the vehicle as long as you are making payments as agreed. If you stop making the payments, the one to whom you owe the money (the lien holder) can take possession of the vehicle, sell it, and you would be responsible to pay the difference between what it is sold for and the amount you still owe, if there is a difference.
If your vehicle has been repossesed then your best option is to no longer make payments until this vehicle has been resold; which takes place through an auction. Once vehicle is sold you will receive a final bill for the remaining amount that was left over. The final stage of this process is to settle for 30% or less on the remaining balance.
The time rate is working over the agreed amount of hours.
There is not an internationally agreed standard, but generally it is the amount, by weight, of nitrogen.