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Answered 2011-09-12 21:44:44

If I understand your saying the car is paid for, and you have other debts you are afraid will get judgments against you and then go to seize your car:

Generally, States prohibit the seizing of reasonable unsecured personal items used for essential life needs...household goods, furntiture, and a needed vehicle (presumably not an extravegent one) for example. Being able to establish that it is needed for your medical care, etc. would help.

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