If you weren't paying the bill and the courts awarded the vehicle to the lender, it's gone.
potentially, yes; consult a lawyer
Yes most likely. If the lender is still on the title, if not then they cannot, without some sort of court order.
Yes, if the contract requires that the borrower carry insurance coverage. If the borrower fails to adhere to any of the requirements stated in the written agreement the contract is in default and the lender has the legal right to recover the vehicle.
The vehicle was repossessed for non-payment of the lease, correct? You still owe all the money to the lender, even though you no longer have the car. You signed a written agreement with the lender promising to pay a certain amount each month for how ever many months were in the lease. You breached that written contract by not paying the monthly lease - Just because the car is taken away from you does not absolve your financial responsibility to pay for the remaining parts of the lease.
You need to provide the bank with written documentation proving your case. Show them what paperwork you have and they have to change their information.
You need not notify the vehicle owner. It can be repossessed from a private driveway or yard. You cannot break into a garage nor threaten the owner with violence. The person doing the repossession must be licensed by the State. Within five days, you must send written notification to the owner, telling him to come get his personal belongings that were in the vehicle.
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Your debt is then written off as the car covers the cost of the debt.
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If You Have A Clear Title On Them, About Anything You Want. If They Have A Lien On The Titles, It Will Have To Be Removed By Payment Of Loan. Otherwise Contact The Loan Company And Have Them Tell You How To Deal With This In Writing. Be Sure You Get Written Information Before You Do Anything If They Show A Lien.
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Yes. Once you have forfeited on the contract, it is void. The lender at that point can legally expect payment in full. Toward that end, they may take the vehicle and sell it to pay a portion of the balance.
The reason a car is being repossessed is due to non payment (as promised in written and signed agreement). Until the buyer or lessee has clear title to the vehicle, they have no rights in ownership. Housing a car you don't own in a locked garage is illegal - it is then considered 'stolen' and with the proper court documents, the agency can enter and remove the vehicle.
YES Yes, you owe them money or yes they owe me the title if it has been written off? Thanks for your help.
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