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If you do not intentionally hide your car from the repossession agent but you live and work in a different state can you get in trouble?


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2006-04-23 11:32:54
2006-04-23 11:32:54

If you do not hide or conceal your car can you get in trouble for not surrendering it? Are you "hiding" your NEW address from the lender? Are any of the utilities in your name? Are you working for cash? Are you 'concealing" your new phone # from the lender? Are you answering calls from the lender if they have discovered it? Most states have a law concerning "defrauding a secured creditor".


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