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In Alabama how can a seller recover a court ordered balance if the vehicle is totaled and the buyer has no money and is not willing to make payments?

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2015-04-17 04:12:32
2015-04-17 04:12:32

IF they have JUDGEMENT, THEY CAN GARNISH YOUR WAGES OR ATTACH OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY.

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