The time frame depends upon the lender. Regardless of whether the repossession is voluntarily done by the borrower or a forced repossession by the lender the consequences remain the same. The borrower will be responsible for any deficiency between the amount that the repossessed vehicle is sold for at public auction and the remaining balance on the loan agreement including added fees and penalties. The respossession will also remain on the borrower's credit report for the required 7 years. Be advised, a lender has no legal obligation to recover the vehicle but can instead file a lawsuit against the borrower for the entire amount of the loan plus legal and other associated costs.
YES, if you are in default of the contract, the collateral can be repossessed. Read your contract again.
First, talk to the bank where your loan is and find out why a repossession was made. If they did not repossess your car, then you have a case of auto theft. If they took your car, you deserve to know where you messed up and can dispute it from there. You may have to get a lawyer.
A car can be repossessed if the payments are not being made. It really doesn't matter whether it was bought by one person or two. The car dealer just wants to be paid.
as long as you keep making payments the lender will probably not repossess the property. however, if you miss one payment the lender can repossess the property at any time.
No. Your car gets repossessed, it's on you. You don't get to pass that on to someone else.
Of course. The whole idea of "security" in your pledge of the car in exchange for the loan is that it is easier to repossess it than to sue you for non-payment, and that applies up until the very last payment is made.
Yes it can
Yes, TVs can be repossessed in Texas. The television that is purchased on a rent-to-own plan or that is in the process of payments for ownership can be repossessed if those payments are not made in a timely manner.
Yes, you made a financial pbligation by signing the documents for the sale of this car. So, they can legally repossess that vehicle.
No, and why would they? If the payments are up to date and have been made on time, there would be no reason for the dealer to repossess the vehicle.
The leasing agreement shows the payment terms, including the amount and due date. The lease should also have language pertaining to repossession. The owner of the car has to file a request to get permission to repossess the car and, once permission is granted, can engage the services of a repo agent. When the request to repossess is made to the court, the owner or leasing agent must show that payments are in arrears.
Yes. If the payment is made to the finnance company.
I think it varies on how long and who the finance company is but the last time I made a payment on my truck was November of 2007 and its January of 2009 and im sill driving it
The only way you can have your car repossessed would be to not make any payments. If you have taken out a loan and have not made payments, they will take your car away.
Initially the lender will send out a default notice requesting immediate repayment. There is usually a time frame of 14 days to make this repayment. If payments are not made, the lender can immediately apply to the courts for a repossession order and in theory they can take the car straight away. In some cases this does actually happen and cars are known to be repossessed within days of the expiry of the default notice. In most normal repossession cases you can expect the car to be repossessed within a month or however long it takes for the repo man to find you and the car...
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Yes, late fees indicate that payments were not made on time, which renders the original agreement invalid and allows the lender to repossess the vehicle if they so choose.
If you have made no effort to contact any institution you owe money to and you have been missing payments several times, yes, they can repossess your car. That's why we sign contracts. I would meet with the Manager of the company and try to come to some agreement and then stick to your promise. Most companies don't want to repossess so you might get lucky. However, be warned, if the Manager gives you another chance you stick to it! Good luck Marcy
The car will probably be repossessed.
Only if you have failed to make the agreed payments on time.
yea they will come to your house and shoot you
Looks like 2 choices here..they made a mistake and listed the wrong account OR they have more faith that they CAN and will repo it than you do...LOL