The verb for regaining possession is repossess; the noun form is repossession; the adjective form is repossessed.
Yes. The lienholder is the rightful, legal owner of the vehicle, and can take possession of that vehicle anywhere.
Whomever the lien holder has hired for that purpose. Providing you have defaulted on the payment terms of your contract.
"'Ownership" of land is self-explanatory. "Possession" of the land is another thing entirely. Although one may "own" land if there is a legal contract or lease in effect, the person who was granted that contract/lease is the one in lawful "possession" of it.
Yes, it is true that the law prohibits another person from signing a contract even if the other individual is handicapped. But if the person that is handicapped re-types the contract and types his or hers signature it's fine.
This will depend on the state laws where the car loan was made. You mention repossess, was the car in your possession while the loan was active or was it being held at their property. The reason I ask is since most Pawnshops are required by law to hold the item, whereas another business, Title Loans are not required to hold the vehicle. Either way, you should have been provided with a contract that would show when the default date is/was. Also in most States both of these businesses are regulated by state laws and would have to abide by these limits. Phil
Read the contract. If the second car is connected to the first, yes. Otherwise, not without a judge signing off.
Yes, unless there is a another previous lien holder.
there are PRIMARY liens and SECONDARY liens. Like first come-first served, goes by DATE of lien. READ YOUR CONTRACT. You were NOT as slick as you thot you were.
Person is another word for individual.
Possession or thing...
A straw deal in car selling occurs when one individual puts a car in his or her name but another person will be driving it and making the payments. Illegal in most jurisdictions and unwise on the part of the individual signing the contract.
A land contract is just like any other contract, complete with contract law principles. No one can sell the property until either the contract is either fufilled or breached. If it is fufilled, then it becomes the property of the one purchasing the property and after they have successfully completed the contract, they then are free to sell it to whomever they wish. But, if the contract is breached, it is then still the original owners and they can do as they wish, keep the property, sell the property or find another individual willing to enter into another land lease contract. So, while the property is tied up in a land lease contract, no one can sell or buy it until either a satisfaction or breach of the contract is committed.
They normally contract together.
legal proceedings initiated by a creditor to repossess a house or another property due to a loan in default.
A general contractor is a group or individual that contracts with another organization or individual (the owner) for the construction or renovation of a building, road or other structure. A general contractor is defined as such if it is the signatory as the builder of the prime construction contract for the project A general contractor is responsible for the means and methods to be used in the construction execution of the project in accordance with the contract documents. Said contract documents usually include the contract agreement including budget, the general and special conditions and the plans and specification of the project that are prepared by a design professional.
An offer must be directed to a particular offeree and be sufficiently clear so as to justify another individual in the belief that acceptance of the offer would constitute an agreement.
An individual vs. individual is when one characters has a confrontation with another character.
Some do, some dont. I dont. They are not supposed to but that doesn't mean won't
Yes because is if you buy a contract it is going to cost more. And if you don't have a contract it will cost more.
When another god steles from Aphrodite tey will be hit with true love for her to get her possession back! By Kaley and Emily:)
That would depend on what you contract with your employer binds you to. An employment contract may be a negotiated document and it is therefore not possible to give you a general answer. However, IF your employment contract precludes you from starting another business then YES you would be in breach of contract if you did so.