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Does the seller of a repoed car has to tell of the sale of the car in the state of NJ?

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2005-08-19 10:54:00
2005-08-19 10:54:00

To whom it may concern: Im not a resident of N.J. but I have repoed in mich.,Ohio,and tenn. and there all supposed to do this so I would assume so does N.J. but call a local attorney to be for sure good luck.

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