technically, you have 20 business days to pay the balance owed plus all fees that were incurred during repossession.
You need a find a friend or a family member willing to help you.
You should speak with the manager of the finance company and explain that you are willing to pay the car off and keep your credit in good standing.
You would have to negotiate that with the creditor. Many are willing to accept settlement agreements to have the deficiency paid off.
People are willing to spend their money on reasonably priced, quality goods and services. The trick is finding the balance between quality and price bracket. Mastering that balance will accelerate your business or product sales. It is a matter of trial and error.
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You call the finance company who holds the contract. Depending how much you are behind, they may be willing to offer you a deferment (up to 2 months) where you can just pay the interest for 1 or 2 months to help get you caught up. Another option to a repo is to refinance the loan (again, it all depends on how far behind your are). Once a car is repossessed, it will be sold and if the sale does not cover your loan balance you will still be responsible for what is called a deficiency balance.
In most cases no, on a joint debt if one party files bankruptcy and is discharged the other party is liable for the entire remaining balance. This makes filing bankruptcy little protection from foreclosure, repossession, and other actions credits would still be able to attempt on the other party.
NO. You no longer have collateral to secure the loan. Unless you are willing to use real estate or another vehicle that is fully paid off and owned for security.
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Anon, It depends on how much you put as down payment and how HIGH an interest rate you are willing to pay. There are SUB PRIME lenders in every market waiting for you. Good Luck
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A co-signer is only obligated if you default on your payment(s). I can't think of why or how one could repossess the car otherwise. If however, you default, the co-signer will be obligated to the original creditor. Then the con-signer can sue you for the amount that is owed on the vehicle or the vehicle if they are willing to keep up the payments. They have to follow due process, which means filing a suit, serving summons, the hearing, getting a judgment, acting on the judgment and so on, and so on.
Really depends on how much their boss is willing to pay them. If they are a freelance worker they have a smaller chance of getting work and therefore getting paid.
A supply curve or schedule represents the quantity of goods suppliers are willing to sell at every price point. Thus, at a price of 0 dollars, suppliers would be willing to sell 0 of their good (they are getting no money!). If the price were say 1 dollar, only a small amt of supplier would be willing to sell their goods. As the price increases, suppliers are willing to sell more quantity of their good (they are getting more money per unit!) rather than hold onto their goods.
People that are willing to work for less, may get hired for less, taking your chance of a job.
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IF they have JUDGEMENT, THEY CAN GARNISH YOUR WAGES OR ATTACH OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY.
His decision to sign over his rights has to be approved by the courts.
If You are a practical person and are willing to go to the trouble of getting all the relevant information you need Yes.
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