READ your contract you signed. Call a local attorney for state specific legal advice.
Very little ! If you default on the payments, the finance company are quite within their rights to confiscate the vehicle. The camper does not become your property until you have made the final payment !
No. Call your States Department of Insurance.
The executor is not required to know anything about the will until it is time to execute it. They don't even have to be told they are the executor.
no they can't.
The car is not yours, it belongs to whoever got the repo company to collect it. They can decide what happens to the car, if they instruct the repo company to break into it, then that's what will happen.
potentially, yes; consult a lawyer
yess (don't know ) guess
yes it is
No- but check to see whether you already agreed that they could do that.
Yes it is, if the purpose of changing the locks is to lock out the tenant
Gather is a generic term, while Collect is a specific term. We 'gather' from a whole lot of something haphazardly without being concerned about the quality of what we are having. Collect, on the other hand, is the gathering carefully.
Of course not, if he damages your property he is required to inform you immediately.Unless you built it on his property, in which case he can do what he pleases with it without telling you anything.
IF the loan is perfected, it can be repossessed. If you have signed a loan contract with the vehicle specified as collateral for that loan, it can be reepossessed if the loan is in default.
Yes, he can. Legally the wife has nothing to do with the property.
I believe not.
If the kids live with the father then he can... but if the kid live with the mother then he has to notify her first.