YES, limited they may be BUT you DO have rights. First, you should get any personal property back that was in the car at time of repo. That PP was NOT covered by the security agreement. Next, you have rights as to how the lender sells the car. It must be sold in a "commercially reasonable" manner. That means the lender cant sell it to a cousin for $300.00 when its worth $3000.00. MOST lenders use a wholesale auction to sell the cars. In some states you have the right to buy the car at a public sale. The lender may get a judgment for the balance due after it is sold. You SHOULD attend that hearing. It will beyour only chance to convince the judge that you cant pay the balance.http://www.usacreditrepair.com/creditrepair/rights.htmlhttp://www.Phil.frb.org/consumers/creditrights.HTML
Once your property has been taken by a foreclosure procedure you have no rights in the property. An exception would arise if the foreclosure procedure or the mortgage was found to be invalid. Those factors may become more an issue as the sub-prime mortgage crises evolves and lenders are sued for deceptive, fraudulent and outright illegal lending practices.
Chad, read your contract where it deals with DEFAULT and what makes you in default. Seems that for some reason, the lender did NOT believe the wire transfer was gonna make it. So to be sure they had something, they repoed. have you done anything to make them doubt that you would do whatever you tell them?? Good Luck
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