You can be sued by the finance company to recover any money still owed to them after they auction the repossessed mobile home.
thirty minnuts after the repossession of the car.
YES YOU CAN BUT THERE IS A SHORT TIME FRAME TO RECOVER IT AND YOU MUST BRING THE ACCT CURRENT FIRST.
Just go get another car. Do not worry about that, lots of places do there own loans and you do not have to go through a bank.
Yes some repossessed vechicles are sold in auctions. There are some that the banks own, but they try to recover their moneys lost as soon as possible.
If a car is repossessed due to the payments not being met then there is a period of time where the repayments can be sorted, or if not the car will be sold to recover as much money as possible. Any outstanding debts will still need to be honored and finance companies often have power to sell your home to recover the debt. It is possible to get good insurance to cover this scenario.
In California, each county has a district attorney's office which collects child support payments (both current and arrears) from the non-custodial parent free of charge. These offices are funded through tax dollars, not incentive payments or grant monies.
Go to the repo company and get your stuff back.The lender should be able to tell who has your things.
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It would be better just to turn it in but it's a lot of work trying to locate it and recover it.
Keep the claim active with child support enforcement
* You have the right to possess any vehicle you do make payments on or have paid for. * You have the right to retain possession of said vehicle provided you continue to make contracted payments toward the unpaid balance of the principle. * You have the right to have your vehicle repossessed if you fall delinquent on your vehicle payments to the contracted lender. * If your vehicle is repossessed, you have the right to recover any actual private property that was in the vehicle at the time of repossession. * You have the right to pay fees for recovering your property that was in the vehicle at the time of repossession. * You have the right to pay all unpaid balances and fees accrued as a result of the repossession process. That's about sums it up. I confess I did substitute "right" for "responsibility" in several places.
That is not possible to recover money that has been invested into a car that has been repossessed. Usually there is a 10 day grace period to recover personal possessions from within the vehicle. If you want to recover money invested into the auto, try to get the vehicle back from the bank. Good luck!
Property can be repossessed in any state. A recovery agent can leave his home state to recover property in any other state in the union.
Have the car voluntarily repossessed. Using this option means that you voluntarily return the car to the finance loan company if you are too far behind on your payments and can't recover. If you decide to return the car, the finance company may pick up the vehicle or it may require that you return the car to its location.
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"In order to recover service from an internet provider, you will need to contact them. You may need to pay a new setup fee, as well as any back-due payments."
You are entitled to any property that is not physically attached to the vehicle. In many states, you may remove after market speakers you have installed, provided doing so causes no damage to the vehicle. You will be given only thirty days to recover private property after the vehicle is repossessed.
You have no rights to recover the car. Once it has been repossessed the lien holder has every right to sale the car any way they wish to settle the loan.
Repossession of any chattel (boats, cars, anything) will adversely affect your credit, so you may not be able to establish new credit for a few years. If you promised to pay for something, and you didn't, the general answer is that the agrieved party (lender in your case) can sue to recover the amount you owe, less the amount they recover by selling the repossessed property, plus interest, fees, attorneys fees and court costs.
Yes. Failure to reaffirm means that you cannot be sued to recover a deficiency. You can still make the payments.
A car that is actually YOURS cannot be repossessed, as it's paid off. If you have a vehicle being repossessed, they're able to do this because it's actually the finance company which owns that vehicle and possesses their title. A recovery agent can, on behalf of the lienholder, go onto private property in order to recover the lienholder's property - with limitations. They cannot cross a locked gate, and they cannot enter a locked building.
After your vehicle has been repossessed, the repossessing company must contact you (often via the creditor) to notify you where your personal property can be recovered. Repossession agents are required to keep the property for thirty days to allow you to recover it, but they will charge you a storage fee, and pretty much every one will require that fee be paid before they surrender your personal property. Regarding an agent of yours being permitted to recover your personal property, it is possible, but may be difficult.
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If your car was repossessed, you can't really keep it, since you no longer have it.If you act very quickly (I'm suggest calling the lienholder the instant you know the car is gone), you might be able to recover it before it's sold to someone else. At the very least you should expect to have to make any missed payments good immediately; if it wasn't a simple case of one missed payment in an otherwise spotless repayment history, the lienholder might well insist that you pay off the loan in its entirety.In other words: it's possible, it's just not terribly likely.