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If you have bought a car from an individual and signed a note with a payment date of the 15th of each month do you by law have a grace period?

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2015-07-15 19:31:56
2015-07-15 19:31:56

Most states give a 10 day grace period. Check your local/state law online. But just like any other loan, if there is no statement in the loan about when a repossession can take place, it's generally 3 payments in arrears (again, check your state laws).

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