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How long does the state of Florida have to file a voluntary repossession claim against you?

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2014-06-13 22:23:28
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There is no specific time limit for a repossession in Florida. Florida law does not require a creditor to give notice before starting a repossession.

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No, sorry! Unless you mean that your property was wrongfully repossessed (wrong car, etc.) in which case you might have a Professional Liability claim against the repo man or his client, no.


It varies from state to state, but in your case about 10 to 14 days. Its time of process is counted on importance.


Gap insurance will not cover repossession in any state or territory of the US. Repossession is not a valid claim for insurance. In fact, it is possible your insurance could be cancelled as a result of the repossession, making you high risk.


The type of claim effects the answer. Generally there are three types: 1) action against a policy is 5 yrs (claim by a person to their own company) 2) property damage is 4 years (someone else damaged your property and you're making a claim against them) 3) bodily injury is also 5 yrs (someone injured you and you are making a claim against them)


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Contact the Florida unemployment office for advice.


The claim makes an statement that can be argued for or against


The claim makes a statement that can be argued for or against.


Same as any other repossession, CALL the LENDER. Work something out.


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the claim must say something that can be argued for or against-----



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That would be considered a civil action. In Florida you have four years.


In Florida, you have to file a claim to find out about this particular question. Reference: "FAQs"; 'Claims and Benefits'; "Before I Claim; #3. in the Related Link below.


A tortious claim is a claim based on a tort. A tort is a wrongful act committed against an individual, but not society as a whole.


A secured creditor does not need to file a such a claim, the lien against the property is sufficient proof. Generally the lien holder/lender will ask for the automatic stay to be lifted so foreclosure or repossession action can continue or be implemented against the property. In a chapter 7 bankruptcy the borrower must be able to reaffirm the secured debt to avoid recovery or litigation action from the lender.


Every state requires repossession agents to carry insurance. If the vehicle is damaged during a repossession or especially a wrongful repossession, the agency that secured the unit must have it repaired at their own cost, or as a matter of insurance claim. Remember, do not sign for acceptance on the repairs until you are absolutely satisfied that they have been done properly.


Sure. They may take the tax you owe from it...but you can claim it.


A claim...against what, exactly? Is he dead, and you want to make a claim against his insurance? I'd say that is reasonable.



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