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If your car is repoed in NY and 5 days later at an auction the reinstatement terms were met and paid what are your legal rights to get your car that you paid for?

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2015-07-15 19:25:52
2015-07-15 19:25:52

IF you have paid ALL charges due and the LENDER has released the car to you, then you should have it. If not, contact a local attorney ASAP.

this just happened to me. my truck was repossessed for being 3 weeks late(463.00) i paid it off the following day and didnt get the vehicle back for 5 days later this doesnt seem right to me. but i cant seem to find any answers.

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