K, you can deliver the car to the lender OR you can look at it. There is a reason WHY they wont pick it up. Does it run? Is it wrecked? Is it worth P/U? I suspect it is NOT. Whatever happens , you WILL pay the balance. Your best option is to make some kind of payment arrangements with the lender. Large or small, send something on a regular basis. Good Luck
Basically. YES. You decide you cant pay, you tell the lender you are moving, you move out, lender sells home(not as quik as a car), lender wants balance due on the loan.
It is key to keep up to date with your lender, your balance and your repayment status for each loan. You also have to know your grace period. It is also good to stay in contact with your lender.
When the heart wants, but the mind refuses or the mind wants, but the heart refuses, when you say one thing and mean or do another thing our heart is being deceitful.
Tell him if he wants to marry you to do the customs or atleast compromise with you about it
David, you can give her the car IF she wants it and will pay for it. She does NOT have to accept it. if she is wise, she WILL take it and try to sell it to get it off both your credit line. If she refuses to pay,camt sell it, it will be repoed and the lender will sue you after it sells.
If He Have Full Custody Then He Doesn't Have To .
The creditor is the lender. The bankrupt is the debtor. The lender never has to re-affirm he wants to get paid back.
To a great extent it depends on your financial circumstances. There are goverment departments and some charities that can help with this.
well basically she wants to sit on you or get your attention
IF they hate you enough, IF they can find out who your lender is, IF the lender wants to repo because of that fact, The ins. co. is supposed to notify the lender anyway if you let the policy lapse....
Law on this subject will vary from state to state, so you should see a local attorney. In most jurisdictions, the owner cannot sue to recover the payments they made. If the lender follows proper legal procedure, the lender should be able to sell the vehicle at a public auction, apply the proceeds to the loan balance and then sue the borrower for the deficiency.
yes, especially if the first co-signer's credit is not as good as what the lender wants it to be.
Sure...any lender still has the right to decide what it wants to make a decision on giving you a loan....YOU DON'T HAVE ANY RIGHT TO THEIR MONEY. Yes, it is on your credit report for 10 years, and even after that, a lender can ask about it or other non-discriminatory things that it thinks is relevant to making a decision. Clearly your credit history is absolutely relevant to a lender.
Contact the lender that is holding the lien, and they will tell you how to proceed.
Shylock is the name of the money lender
Brutus refuses to take the money from the citizens that Caesar set aside for them...he refuses to raise the money in unscrupulous ways, he wants to keep his honor.
Yuki does go off with Kaname because Zero thretans to kill her otherwise. Yuki still wants to see Zero, but is unable because Kaname refuses. So, yes, Yuki does leave Zero.
Serve him with divorce papers and let him anwer in court.
she refuses to marry paris... and hes good friends with him and wants to please him...
That she has a movie that she wants to watch. This movie may be sending a message that she herself refuses to convey to you directly. And/or the movies you are choosing are not to her taste/suck.
he can do what he wants when he wants. he's the man.
In the US, child support and visitation are two separate things. You are legally responsible for financially supporting your child rather you have visitation or not. If your ex refuses to allow visitation then you need to petition for court-ordered visitation. If you obtain that and the ex still refuses, then s/he is in violation of a court order and there are consequences for that. If, on the other hand, you don't have visitation because the court refuses to allow it (for whatever reason)...well, that's a different issue.
Not many..A loan is not closed until it has funded..Apparently in your case, you are not dealing with an aboveboard lender or mortgage broker..Unless you do what the lender wants, you will not get the loan..Remember..He/She who has the $$$ makes the rules..After a home loan has closed, a lender can ask you to help correct documentation, but can not change the terms of the transaction.
It depends on her.