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If you do a voluntary repo is there a legal way to file countersuit to ensure sale at reasonable price?

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2015-07-16 19:23:32
2015-07-16 19:23:32

WHy would you want to file countersuit??? What would you sue for? You cant sue until they sell the car for an unreasonable low price so then you cant prevent low ball sale. After its sold for low ball price, you have to either prove the lender "gave" it away OR they broke some law in doing so. If you are soooo worried about the sale price, why dont YOU sell it/get someone to assume payments. that way you control/know how much balance is owing.

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