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How do you get a clear title to a car that was repossessed in chapter 7 four years ago but not picked up?


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2005-09-22 20:28:11
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First of all, if the car was not picked up, it was not repossessed. Second of all, you need to check with the attorney that handled the Chap. 7 BK. The bank may have charged it off or forgiven the debt (not likely forgiven) if you want the clear title, the lienholder would still need to be paid off.


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If you have a clear title, you car can't be repossessed. Either the title isn't clear or the leinholder believes monies are still owed on the car. If the title is clear, show it to the company authorizing the repossession. If you truly had clear title and there were no leins or other encumberances and a judge didn't declare that the car was to be sold to satisfy OTHER debts, you can sue for damages. If you didn't owe money to the people who had the car repossessed, you should be able to sue them for LOTSA BUCKS, and you definitely should.

As long as you have a clear title in your name, you can get a Title Loan.

If you cannot produce a "clean title", you cannot sell or trade the vehicle.

098765445436376547274574 After the vehicle is repossessed and the lien holder (lender) has physical possession of the vehicle (after following state law requirements) they would simply request, and pay for a new title at a cost of a few dollars, and upon proper proof of a proper repossession.

The purpose of a chapter title is to introduce what the following chapter will be about.

Yes, your car can be repossessed if the title loan is in collections. Actually, this is one of the most common ways for a defaulted title loan to be settled.

Repossessions do not show up on titles, however, they do show up on auto history reports. If there is a lien holder still on the title you will need to get them off by going to your local DMV.

chances are there never pick it up yes you can sell it but this is not the law your never get a title by law they should get it.

Yes. The dealer might have to go through a proceeding to clear the title, but ultimately the car will probably be resold.

Yes, it can be repossessed. If you owe money on a vehicle and do not have a clear title of the car - In reality, this car is not yours until the debt is paid. The car is collateral until your pay the loan off. If the car was repossessed, the personal contents like the car seat must be given back to you.

The title of a chapter is always very important and sometimes inappropriate.

they give the title of a chapter

NO, the truck probably has been sold already and the lender got a repossessed title to sell it with. Of course they do make mistakes. LOL

The lien must be paid in order to clear the title.The lien must be paid in order to clear the title.The lien must be paid in order to clear the title.The lien must be paid in order to clear the title.

== Repo'd by whom?== If you own the car outright, who can repo it? No one's got a lien on it, right? Nobody's gonna hook your car. Not legally anyhow.

Not without permission of the lender. A vehicle cannot be sold without a clear title of ownership. The lender is named on the title of a vehicle as the "lienholder" until the vehicle is paid for or otherwise released by the lienholder.

A clear title is a title that has no financial obligation against it; therefore a title held by the bank is not a cleared title.

You don't have clear title to it so don't buy it till this mess is cleared up otherwise your money will be lost.

Generally, a deed is not a guarantee of clear title. For recorded land, a title examination must be performed to ascertain if the title is clear. In registered land systems, a deed followed by a certificate of title should provide the grantee with a clear title to the property. In registered land systems any encumbrances should be listed on the certificate of title.

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