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how can a leinholder repo a car "with only 2 installments due?" READ your contract. Does it say you will pay as due OR when you decide to? You were in DEFAULT and when in default the lender can repo the collateral.

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Q: How can a leinholder repo a car with only 2 installments due and was to be paid in 1 month as agreed?
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