7 years from the date of repo.
Seven years from the entry of the judgment.
i repo in six states and as far as i know it will stay on your credit report until you settle your debt to the lien holder
If they repossessed it as part of the bankruptcy (and you didn't get it back), probably yes. However, the bankruptcy itself is a bigger black mark than the repo, especially since it can stay on your credit report longer (up to 10 years after filing, though some bureaus remove Chapter 13 after 7 years; repos only stay for 7 years).
7 years just like a regular repo. Looks the same too.
It remains for 7 years, from the date of repossession/charge-off, even if you get the vehicle back. However,If you don't pay the loan off, after it was repoed, then the original creditor MAY get a judgment against you, that judgment will stay on your credit report for 10 years. Unless you are able to settle out of court. It can; however, depend on the lender and the situation. Some might not put a repo on your credit if you redeem the vehicle promptly and stay current from then on. If they have to sell your vehicle at auction, you most definitely will get a repo on your credit. I know of some people who redeemed their car and never had a repo reported, just the lates. BTW, even if you get a repo on your credit, you have a good chance of disputing it off. You can dispute a lot of things off your reports, even if they are legit. Been there, done that.
The car isn't damaged, the debtor's credit rating is. There is no permanent record of the car as a repossessed vehicle like there is for a salvaged title.
this question can form a wide range of answers it depends on if you are willing to pay on the repo car how ever the most they can do is put it on your credit and it can stay on there for 7 years it will show on your credit report as repo ..a large number of people never pay off a repo car even if you do pay on it to try and save your credit the fact still remain it was repo and it will show repo settlement
A repo will stay on your credit report until the remaining balance is paid off or settled, you still owe the amount left on the vehicle even though the car is not in your possession.
For Experian, a voluntary repossession will remain on your credit report for seven years from the original delinquency date of the debt.
Do you mean defaulting on the loan and allowing it to be reposessed? If so, it will show up as an auto loan default and repo. That will stay on your credit report for several years. Best to sell it and pay it off.
In the UK if your house is repossessed it will stay visible on your credit file for 6 years. It would be very difficult to obtain credit with this on your file. It is possible to obtain another mortgage but this would be from a specific lender and your monthly repayments would be considerably higher. If you have mortgage arrears or in the process of having your property repossessed this can be stopped. If you type in your address bar "stop repossessions" you should be able to find help.
Same as a regular repo. The creditor may still put the repossession on your credit report and it would stay there for up to seven years. Notice the word "may", because it is at the creditor's discretion...
It adversly effects your credit for 7 years. Except for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy which remains on the report for 10 years, no bad debt can stay on your credit repair beyond 7 years from the date the debt was originated. The law is on your side that it must come off.
they can if they are a member of the credit burea but they usually do not because if it is a tote the note lot they usually aren't a member because they don't want attention called to them and there business practices so they try to stay low profile
As soon as the report can be filed and notated ... maybe a couple days to a week or two at the most. In this present day and age of technology, it might appear almost instantly. Btw, the bad mark on the credit report will stay there from 7 to 10 years.
It depends. If the repo was after you filed, and the lender did not obtain relief from stay to repo, you file a motion to hold the lender and the repo entity in contempt of the automatic stay, and ask for an order that the lender return the vehicle. If the lender did get relief from stay, you cannot do anything. If you are representing yourself, as the saying goes, you have a fool for a client. If you have a lawyer, why aren't you asking him/her?
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Vehicle repossessions stay on you credit report for 7 years.
Laws vary by state. Seven years is a general rule of thumb. However, there is the potential for it to be perpetual - the lender can "sell" your debt to another company, who in turn add a fee and interest, and it remains on your credit report. Ten years is the federal upper limit though.
If you can't pay anymore, the lender has the right to repo. The repo will be reflected on your credit report just like everything else. It will stay on their just as long as everything else. If it is auctioned, the lender has the right to charge you and seek judgment on the difference that the car sold for vs. what you owe them. So yes you will be hounded for the difference plus any costs to repo, ship, auction, paperwork, etc.
License tags are the property of the state which issued them. The repo company should return them to the DMV or motor vehicle bureau. Different rules in different states. In some states they stay with the car and in others they belong to the person they were issued to and in others they are returned to the state.
I'm assuming you are asking regarding a bankruptcy. An automatic stay is a utility of the court, that legally prevents contact with you from creditors after they have been notified of the bankruptcy proceedings. Once you file, the stay protects you and your proerty for as long as the stay exists. Once the BK is dismissed or discharged, the stay is lifted. While the stay is in effect, the vehicle cannot be involuntarily repossessed.