Cheryl, the court order will instruct the sheriff to bring the car in or the debtor if the debtor cant/wont produce the car. Its called a 'writ of replevin".If the car has been STOLEN, go file a police report NOW. Otherwise, there's NO reason for you not to be able to produce the car for the nice sheriff. If you loaned it to someone, you can get them to bring it back to you,right? You wont have those options when the sheriff comes for the car. It will be you or the car then. Good Luck
You won't be arrested and the police won't come after you it is a civil matter not criminal. You may be right, you won't be arrested and the police won't come after you but if it's a Felony in California and Florida to hide a vehicle from repossession, how is that a civil matter? Sounds criminal to me but nobody will enforce it.
I only know about the state of Massachusetts. And yes in our state they have one hour to report the repossession to the police department in the town of which the car was taken.
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If you are referring to bring admitted to a hospital or institution for medical or psychiatric care - yes, you can. Your medical status does not protect you from arrest.
"The police arrested me for loitering," is in the active voice. A passive version of this might be, "I was arrested by the police for loitering."
Can the police repossess your car? Can the police repossess your car?
"Jailed" as incarcerated in a police holding cell or a county jail? No. However, you can be "detained" in an institution or facility for medical or psychiatric evaluation.
A "repossession notice" is a civil matter. A police oficer cannot hold the vehicle for repossession. Unless, there has been a court proceeding and the judge has ordered the vehicle held if stopped. A repossession notice also cannot stop the registration of a vehicle.
Thay can, and in many jurisdictions it is required before repossession is performed. In others it is only necessary to notify police within 24 hours of recovery.
Possibly, but they can certainly prevent you from interfering, as it is no longer your car, hence the repossession.
The tow/repossession company has to notify the police of the repossession so the car can't be reported stolen..
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Yes. If you are arrested by police, you are then in police custody. Custody can simply mean a few minutes in handcuffs, or days in jail, but during that time, the police are responsible for your health and welfare.
If you get a Writ of Replevin from the court, which is expensive, then they will force whoever it is to surrender the car (I'm assuming you're talking about a car). If you are just repoing on a defaulted contract, then the police can be called to "keep the peace," but the debtor may tell you to leave and if you refuse, or "breach the peace," you can be arrested.
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There has to be another reason you were arrested other than "asking the police why they were searching your property" why were they there?
no you cannot have a repoman arrested on your property, as long as all his paperwork is in order for taking the vehicle.however "," the repoman cannot cut any locks(fence lock), etc. But if its not locked they can open it and take the vehicle they have paper work on.***unless the repossession agent has an order from a judge, you can ask them to leave your property. If they refuse, you can call your local police station, and have them escorted off of your property. If they then refuse with police, they can and will be arrested.* * *
Police can investigate if a repossession is being legally accomplished. You cannot harass someone to collect a debt. They are in their rights to investigate.
You can't. You can report the conduct for which you feel they should be arrested to the police, but it's up to the police whether they actually do arrest the person or not.
No, provided the contract was entered into legitimately by you, and in some states you do not attempt to hinder the repossession of the vehicle. In the event you entered into the contract fraudulently, you can be charged and arrested for fraud or attempted fraud. In the event you attempt to hide the vehicle or prevent repossession, you could be charged with hindering the lender, or in some instances for auto theft.
If the repossessor has a written assignment from the lienholder to repossess the vehicle for nonpayment, 9 out of 10 times, the police will allow the repossessor to take the vehicle. No, Use of a Police Officer or Police involvement in self-help repossession introduces the state into a civil matter and provides the foundation for a wrongful repossession suit against the Secured Party, the repossession agent, the police officer and the police department.The authority to use Self-Help repossession is granted in the UCC 9-609 and Comment 3 of 9-609 specifically states "This section does not authorize a Secured Party who repossesses without judicial process to utilize the assistance of a law enforcement officer."Simply put if you want to use a police office to assist in a repossession you better go to court and obtain a Writ of Replevin/Sequestrian first.
After the police captured the car thief, she was arrestedand booked into jail.
Yes , he is arrested because of using drugs and police caught him.
He was not really arrested but the police came to inquire about him smoking Marijuana.