The co-signer will also have a repossession showing on their credit as well. The co-signer is just as legally responsible for the car as the person they signed for.
When the co-signer signed for the signer then the co-signer accepted the debt as his/her own. If the signer does not fulfil the terms of the lease then the co-signer will be responsible and it will appear on the credit report. If and when it effects the credit score will depend what is contained in the report now, example to many debts, not paying per the guidelines of the other debts, etc. Some credit report sites have scenerio calculators, most times they are free to use.
if you co-signed on the loan then your credit will be impacted negativly just as his
no one signed it
There were 39 signers of the U.S. constitution.
13, 1/3 of the total signers.
All of the signers were born in the colonies.
Your wife committed fraud. If you don't want to pay for a Porsche, report it.
There were no signers. The Declaration of Independence was signed, not the U.S. Constitution nor its first ten amendments, called the Bill of Rights.
Forty-one people signed the Mayflower Compact. All signers were males.
56 people signed the Declaration. Check the link for a full list of signers.
It may not be a "sole" party...it is everyone that signed as a responsible party (primary and co-signers) for the line of credit that was used....they are responsible to pay the charges and therefore are responsible if it is in default and the charge hasn't been paid.
It will be listed on the person's credit report. How it affects the report depends upon the amount co-signed for, the co-signer's personal debt-income-credit ratio, and if the primary borrower honors all the terms of the agreement, and other factors.
Yes. It shows up on your credit report as a co-signed loan. The up side is you will receive credit for a good loan on your credit report. The down side is if you apply for credit they will usually count that debt as yours since if the maker does not pay you are responsible and if they use any type of debt to income ratio to qualify that will increase your debt %.
13 out the 39 (or 33%) signers of The Constitution were Freemason's.
Jefferson and John Adams were the two signers.
You wait seven years from the date of the last payment. There is no other way to have it removed. Your credit report is a record of your past credit, your credit history. It will also show that you satisfied the debt, and you can add an explanation at the bottom of your report.
56 signers THE 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence form a fascinating cross section of late 18th-century America. Some were great men; some were not.
Several members of each of the 13 colonies signed the Declaration of Independence. In total there were 56 signers including John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin.
Not legally, unless expressed in legal terms by the friend and then signed, and also verified that the signing was authentic.
Because, if the signers weren't unanimous about their decisions, then they would fight about what to put in the Declaration, and it might not have been signed that way. hope i helped, love, KYLE
Most didn't sign until Aug 2nd or later
Thirty nine of the fifty five delegates actually signed the Constitution.