How do you repossess a car in Colorado if the owner wrote you a bad check for repairing it?
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Yes you can repossess if you are the soul owner. If the person whom your repossessing the car from gives you trouble, have the police meet you to witness the repossession. Read More
They were repairing the roof when the owner arrived to see how things were progressing. Read More
In Colorado can you repossess a car from an ex if you financed it in your name but he has been paying as agreed?
He wouldn't have any rights as long as the car is registered in your name. Now if the car is registered in his name then technically he is the owner of the vehicle and the financing contract would not have any bearing on the owner of the vehicle in question. Read More
You can repossess a car from from any one as long as your down as a lean holder on title. If your name is not on the title as lean holder than you can't take the car. Read More
When the owner defaults on the loan payments Read More
LEGALLY, you can't repossess anything from the owner. Once that person signed the title, its half theirs. you will have to take him/her to court with probable cause, or convince them to sign away ownership. Good luck Read More
You bought a car private in Scotland andthe previous owner did notclear the lan now l have a company wanting to repossess it?
i bought a car and the previous owner never paidthe loan off now thereis a company wanting to repossess thecar from me what can l do Read More
The best way to take the car from the co-owner is to have the car refinanced alone. Once the care is solely in your name, you can repossess the car. Read More
You are a garage owner some one owes you money for repairing it what can you do if the vechle still belongs to a bank?
Check on a mechanics lien , I think you can claim title or make bank pay bill to take possession . Read More
yes because they have to notify the owner Read More
Yes. A lienholder is the lawful and sole owner of that vehicle, and it doesn't matter where they repossess it from, so long as they do it in accordance with state laws for repossession. Read More
Can a finance company repossess a mobile home attched to land not owned by either party with out the permission of the land owner?
If the finance company owns the mobile home, they can indeed repossess the mobile home. They do not need to permission of the land owner to obtain what is theirs, especially if they do everything correct legally. Read More
Unless you are listed on the TITLE as co-owner, NO. Read More
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Can the co-owner of a vehicle repossess it from the other co-owner who has always had possession of the vehicle without the permission of the lender and the payments are up to date?
A Co-Owner has all the same rights to the vehicile as the owner, who by the way is also a co-owner. See Co-Owned.. Read More
The writ of replevin is a court order to return property that doesn't belong to you, and where the rightful owner does not have the right to repossess them. Read More
No. The lienholder is the rightful owner of the vehicle, and can reclaim their property as needed. Read More
Can you recover your speakers if they were just sitting in the trunk of your repossessed car in Colorado?
You should verify this for your particular state, but in general a company or bank may repossess a vehicle only. Any personal items left in the car still belong to the owner. If you are denied access to your personal property, you can contact the police and file a theft report or you can sue for damages. If the speakers are not part of the car, any and all property should be able to be… Read More
ONLY if your name is on the TITLE as co-owner or leinholder can you "repo" the car. Read More
You can go to court and get a judgment, then proceed with repossessing the house. Make sure you document everything that has occurred. Read More
How does a private party registered owner in CA repossess a motorcycle from someone who is living in another state?
re-run. see above post Read More
Yes. The lienholder is the rightful, legal owner of the vehicle, and can take possession of that vehicle anywhere. Read More
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If you are looking for the owner of a house, you may want to check your county's tax records. If you are looking for the owner of a car, you can check with the DMV - Department of Motor Vehicles, in your state. Read More
Their must be a roadworthy check, a previous owner check and a VIN number. Read More
yes she lives in Colorado near her kids. Read More
If a car has a lien on it and is in a shop and been repaired can you go to the owner of shop and repossess even if the repair bill has not been paid?
NO. The repair shop has a lien also. Pay the bill. Read More
The now defunct Colorado Crush, an arena football team. Read More
Whether a car is drivable by the owner or anyone else is typically irrelevant to the company that loaned the owner the money to purchase the car. Once payments stop coming in, the company will often make one or two attempts to contact the owner, then repossess the vehicle under the terms of the security agreement. Read More
Apparently, it is legal for the owner -- in this case, the title holder -- to repossess an automobile so long as the repossessing agent does not break the law in the repossession process. Read More
Dont know aht state you're in so i don't know if it has the usual laws. In MOST states, the mechanics lien is on THE CAR, not the owner. Of course, the owner will have to pay the bill if they want the car. Soooo.... Read More
Visit the local land records office and check the owner of the property for liens. Visit the local land records office and check the owner of the property for liens. Visit the local land records office and check the owner of the property for liens. Visit the local land records office and check the owner of the property for liens. Read More
Who gets the check from ins co when a car is totaled The titled owner or the person who has the insurance?
The titled owner Read More
No, only the lien holder of the car can repossess it. If the primary on the account can't make the payments, the co-signer becomes leggaly responsible for the debt. No. You have to go through the legal processes and sue for the car. If the primary owner of the car is not making payments and you can prove to the court that you have made the majority of the payments, then you may be able… Read More
You just bought property and there is a mobile home on it the owner is deceased are you responsible for the mortgage loan and back payments?
Do you want the mobile home? If yes then you must pay. If not, then let the bank come and repossess it. Read More
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Can you get a duplicate title in Colorado if the previous owner who is a Wyoming resident signed a power of attorney to you or do you have to go to Wyoming to get it?
You can only get a duplicate title if you are the last registered owner of the vehicle, and you must get it from the state in which it was issued. Read More
Can the buyer of a car legally repossess the car from the co buyer if the co buyer has made all payments?
If they are a co owner on the reg, they have as much right to it as you-essentially, neither one of you can keep the other from using it paid for or not. Read More
Basically repossession is controlled under Federal Law, which says "If owner of the car misses continuous payments, the loaner has the right to repossess the Vehicle and wait for the payments to be caught up, or to resell it". Read More
If the association's rental covenants require that a prospective tenant be approved by an owner based on a credit check, background check, reference check or other research, then yes: the association can notify the owner that the prospective tenant does not qualify for residency. If no such covenant exists, you may be able to challenge the association through the owner, who is the investor involved in the issue. Read More
Yes, Penny Chenery Tweedy is 89, and lives in Boulder, Colorado, near her kids. Read More
The dipstick is a tool that only the dealer has. The owner can not check the fluid. Read More
Colorado doesn't have a WNBA team. When the NWBL was in existence, the Colorado Chill won its last two championships, but that league folded after the 2006 season. Then owner Dave King tried to bring a WNBA franchise to Colorado, but couldn't get enough investors together. Read More
Generally, the owner of the car must be the one to insure it. If there is a loss, the check for the insurance company payoff will go to the owner of the property. However, some companies offer family discounts. Generally, the owner of the car must be the one to insure it. If there is a loss, the check for the insurance company payoff will go to the owner of the property. However, some companies… Read More
You check the property in the land records office to determine the identity of the present owner. You could also try checking the local tax assessor's records for the present owner. You check the property in the land records office to determine the identity of the present owner. You could also try checking the local tax assessor's records for the present owner. You check the property in the land records office to determine the identity… Read More
Yes. You can also write a check to yourself from your account and he can write a check to himself if he is the joint owner of the account. Read More
You can only repossess the car, you do not also gain possession of anything else that happened to be stored in the car, and the owner of those items is legally entitled to reclaim them without charge. Read More
If a car paid off 5 yearsand in two separate names can it be repossess to settle a debt in one the partys name?
If there are two names on the title it cannot be seized for the debts of one owner. You should consult with an attorney. Read More