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If you were 450 behind on payments for a truck and the seller said it was okay and you could work something out can he then just decide to repo the truck?

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2005-09-22 20:31:23
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If you got the new arrangements in writing, no, unless the new arrangements stated that repo would happen if new arrangements were not met in timely manner. If nothing in writing, arrange to get your personals out of the truck.

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