Whether the property at risk is a car or your house, you can take steps to prevent repossession even if you are late with payments. Nearly all lenders and creditors will be happy to work with you as long as you don't wait till you are hopelessly behind. Contact them first; a bakruptcy should be your last option.
As a repossession investigator and agent liason, I can tell you that yes, in fact, I know of several instances of felony charges being filed against an individual for hindering repossession of a vehicle. Your lawyer's response may have been motivated more by the fact that he felt confident that he could successfully prevent prosecution, but nothing will prevent the vehicle from being repossessed aside from the destruction of the vehicle. In the event the possessor of a vehicle under repossession were to destroy a vehicle to prevent that repossession, he could then be charged with malicious destruction of private property and hindering a lender.
Yes. All you have to do is pay your bills.
Possibly, but they can certainly prevent you from interfering, as it is no longer your car, hence the repossession.
Repossession is an option that some lenders use to help pay against a bad debt. The debt or loan must have been secured by property. That property will in most cases have a lien placed against it to prevent unlawful sale and fraud against the lender. When the vehicle is repossessed, it is sold at auction and the proceeds are applied to the debt to help offset it or pay a portion of it.
The best way to prevent the repossession of a car is to pay your monthly note on time. If you are unable to make your payments as scheduled, you should contact the lean holder and make other arrangements. If you at least make some payment, many lenders are willing to work with you.
They cannot prevent property loss but they might be able to reduce it.
Repossession of a carDo you mean, "can you be arrested for not allowing repossession of a car?" If so, then yes, you can.If you meant 'can you be arrested for repossessing a car?" you can't as long as you have a permit/license to do so and conduct yourself in a lawful manner duriong the actual repossession.Added; In potentially violent situations, repossessors will sometimes call law enforcement and ask them to 'stand by' while they take the vehicle, but only to prevent a breach of the peace. Law enforcment will play no part in assisting in the actual repossession of the vehicle, inasmuch as repossession is done under a civil court order, and is not a criminal matter
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If someone obtained a judgment lien against you for an unpaid debt, the only way to prevent it from being recorded against your property is to pay it in full.
They can insist that the property be sold. But that would not prevent others from buying it from the estate.
In some states, most that is at this point. However, most states are also passing or reviewing legislation that would prevent the registration of a vehicle up for repossession, and in some states such as Florida, the registration of any vehicle to a person who has a vehicle up for repossession.
The state does not allow wage garnishment for creditor debt. The judgment can be executed as a bank account levy (including joint accounts), seizure and sale of non-exempt property belonging to the debtor, liens against real property. N.C. as most states has 'loophole' laws that can prevent the forced sale of a primary residence if the homestead exemption is not sufficient to protect the property.
There are non-profit conservation organizations that buy property, just to prevent developers from buying it.
if the dam wall is on his land then they should be allowed to because noneof his property is on the other persons land
To prevent keys from working. It is done in some cases to prevent the owners from vandalizing the property.
It is important to know about the causes of fires and how to prevent fires so you can prevent the death, injuries, and property loss that results form fire.
Yes, at least for a short time. But you will have to pay what you missed and borrowed in order to keep it.
Sometimes one can negotiate with the company holding title to the automobile and work out a payment schedule to pay back the amount in arrears, but some companies will not negotiate at all. The easiest way to prevent a vehicle repossession is to ensure that all payments are made according to the payment terms.
Yes, as long as it is actually your property you have the right to.
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Technically yes, and technically no. There are rats on the island of South Georgia, which is an island belonging to the content of Antarctica, however, great pains are being taken to prevent the from reaching the main land to prevent them from disrupting the fragile ecosystem.