illegally repossessed??? Sounds more like dumbly sold. You should call a local attorney for state spectic advice.The seller should either be listed on the title as LEINHOLDER OR have a perfected security interest(UCC filing). If neither of these, things get shaky. Maybe that's why the seller wants the title back so badly. Call an attorney.
No, if the car does not have a lien, then the dealer has no legal interest in it.I'm not sure why a dealer would even try to repo something they had no legal interest in.
An unlawful repo is a theft. Hence it would be handled as such. But most repo companies have the documentation to show they have the right, whether you feel so or not, to take possession of the vehicle. In fact, in most jurisdicitions they advise the police of it before, or right after, attempting the repo. What good would an unlawful repo do someone...they couldn't get title?
A repo man can not issue a warrant for your arrest. Only a judge can issue an official arrest warrant.
The bank holds a lien on the title of the vehicle. If you default on the payments, they can reposses it. This is a civil issue, and is handled as such. Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle is a criminal charge which doesn't apply to a civil situation.
You really cant sinced you signed the title...Its now there car you can take them to court and try to fight it. Next time you need to fill out the lien holder section on the back of the title listing you as the lien holder and then you have the legal right to repo.
If you have TIN (Title In Hand) and you are in fact the legal owner of the car I see no reason why you couldn't repo said car. In the event that they have gotten a new title though it could pose a problem for one is needed to get a used car registered. It would most likely be questioned why there is no contract and have to be taken up in court.
If you mean to re-possess it. . . yes. If the dealer still holds the title to the car then they are still the lawful owner. ---------- Legal ? How ? As in repo ? Yes, if its not paid as agreed.
An officer can be called to keep the peace. Otherwise, a repo is a civil issue.
They typically get taken to a secure location owned by the repo company. Once the lender has handled all the legal notifications it would be sent to an auto auction that the lender uses.
not if your a repo person with a licence
They can issue a warrant for a repo if they have gone to court and determined that you are trying to steal the car. They would have to file theft charges against you first.
Yes, afterall, the repo-car is still the legal property of the person who has sent the repo-guy to retrieve it.
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Yes they can
Amanda, if you are behind on the payment, youare "in trouble' with the lender. you are in default and could be repoed by the lender at any time. they just havent pushed the issue YET. Co-signor can only 'repo" IF they are listed as co-owner on the TITLE.
If the contract is legal and binding then repo the car. You can hire a repo company.
Repossession of what? Who? The repo agent?
Only if you put a lien on the title
A car dealer can hold a repo as long as he is the lien holder on the title.
repo men are allowed to be on the property... once they have possession of the car, it is legally theres.
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im Missouri it is 10 days after repo, the title can be filed for repo by institution.
You DON'T have the title if you have used as collateral, remember, you signed it over to the them.....Yes, they can get the vehicle
Usually they have the title, so I don't know what you mean about that. However if they have a lien on it, they can re-possess the vehicle.