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Do you have to pay for a car that you gave back to the creditor if you get deployed?


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2015-07-15 21:24:53
2015-07-15 21:24:53

good answer to check with the legal officer. the SSRA provides for max 6% interest while deployed. this depends on when you signed the contract,ect.


Have your unit legal officer check the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act. The debt will not be forgiven, but it MAY be delayed without interest for the duration of your deployment.


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Not really. if they gave the car back, well ok, if they kept the car you have investment in the car that you can use on your side. They are probably showing you who's the boss. Be nice to them and work with them.

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