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1995-2005 Chevy Cavaliers

If your car has been repossessed and you know where it is can you go get it since you made the payments before they repoed it?

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2015-07-16 18:04:29
2015-07-16 18:04:29

NO, NOT and dont consider it. Pester the lender to rush it up but dont STEAL it.

how is that stealing when it is still in my name?

It is stealing, because it was repossessed from you, and was probably reported to the local law enforcement agency there as having been repossessed. But don't take my word for it, govern yourself accordingly, ha ha.

But be careful! I assure you, it isn't being left there ignored.

:Whether or not you paid them the money they requested and are now current, you're breaking and entering private property. The car's title has not transferred back to you. Until it does, you're committing GTA. Don't Even Think About It.

If you want to, you can start taking cabs, and then sue for remittance for the cab fares in small claims. If you can prove they were excessively slow in processing the return of your car, you might prevail. However, this isn't a sure thing.

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