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It depends on what state you are in that you chose NOT to post.

Not sure I understand reply. I co-signed loan with ex, whom lives in other state now. Car was reposessed in that state and I was not notified by ex. I did not know car was sold at auction since bank sent me its notice of intent to sell to an out-to-date address ( I found this out after contacting bank upon learning of repo). I can prove the bank had a current address on me. Can I fight the deliquency balance since bank knowingly sent notice to wrong address.

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Q: If the cosigner was not notified of the bank's intent to sell the repossessed car can he fight the bank over the delinquent balance?
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