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How can a lender sell a vehicle at auction when it is titled to you with no lienholders on it?

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2011-09-13 04:22:56
2011-09-13 04:22:56

Every state has provisions for this in their laws. otherwise the world would be covered with repos the lenders couldn't sell.

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