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get the California authorities to help recover a car??? file a writ of replevin choice #2??? Hire a REAL repo company and pay them to do what they do best. Good Luck

Thanks roosta. :-) I already did hire a real repo company. They have had the case for 2 months and have been unable to recover the car. I think the people driving the car are hiding it somewhere. That's why I wanted to take it to the authorities. The repo company can't FORCE the people to stop hiding the car. The Sherrif can. (I think).

How do I file a writ of replevin? Is it just a simple form that I fill out and submit to the court without having to file a law suit? I'd rather not pay $5K or so to a lawyer to file a law suit if I don't have to.

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Q: How can you get the California authorities to help recover a car if the leasee has been concealing the car and breached contract for over 90 days?
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