If you are avoiding repossession by hiding your car is it still considered repossession?


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2011-09-12 21:42:37
2011-09-12 21:42:37

that's like saying, "I was speeding, the cop couldn't see me cause I had MY eyes closed". If you are in default of the contract, you are liable to be repoed. Simple and to the point. In most states, concealing(HIDING) leined collateral is a FELONY.


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