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Do you get the extra money back from a lien auto sale?

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2005-11-24 16:18:04
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Depends on your state. Some states require that any surplus from the sale be given back to the debtor. While any deficiency is the debtor's responsibility to pay back to the lender. Most lenders won't sell a vehicle for higher than what was owed, less paperwork and easier to just call it even.

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