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In Maryland can a repo man move another car to get to the repoed car?


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2013-08-30 02:54:29
2013-08-30 02:54:29

No. They're only legally entitled to enter and move the vehicle which they have an order for repossession on. If this has happened to you, you need to file a police report.

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1)he will take the car you left if that is the car to be repoed. 2)If you are traveling in the car to be repoed he will wait for you to return and repo it after you get back.

I missed my payment on my jeep and they repoed my other car. Can they do that

Yes, afterall, the repo-car is still the legal property of the person who has sent the repo-guy to retrieve it.

If you aren't paying for that car's payments then yes. The only reason why your car should be repoed it because the payments aren't being made on it. It doesnt matter if your car is from the 1940's or if you brought the car last month, the car can be repoed if you dont pay the payment for 2 or more months (consult dealership for it's repo rules).

No. Unless they're given permission from the owner of the other vehicle, they can only legally enter and move the vehicle they have an order for repossession on. If they move another vehicle, they're guilty of a criminal offense.

Yes. If your car is being repoed, you should make it easy for yourself and cooperate with them.

Well yes, But if you lock your garage then the repo officer will have to come to your door in order to get the car.

no, they want the car so they can get payed, a repo man can NOT move another car to get to the car being repoed, nor can they break and enter to recover a car, if you open the building your basically giving them permission to enter and recover the car

No, this would be considered a lien loss. Typically this occurs when a vehicle is traded in, previously repoed and resold, or sold outright and the previous lienholder either never perfected the lien, or provided the proper paperwork when reselling it after repossession. If the vehicle is repoed, contact your lender to ensure they did not order it, contact the repo agency who recovered it and report it wrongfully repoed, and demand the name of the lender who ordered it. The vehicle if actually wrongfully repoed must be returned to you undamaged as soon as possible.

No. A repo agent is only permitted to move and enter the vehicle which they have an order for repossession on.

YESThis is in the REPO section so:An item, or vehical that is Repoed will be repaired and sold or just sold.In most cases the person who the item is repoed from is responsible for the remaining loan amount, fees and costs incured in the repo and sale proccess. This includes damage repairs or fees related to damage.

No, they cannot. By law, they're only entitled to enter and move the vehicle they have an order for repossession on. The only way they can move another vehicle is if the owner of that vehicles gives them permission to do such.

NO the repo person can not. Who ever owns it can or if they give someone else permission to move it.

Most likely, the repo man will hook the car to a tow truck or put it on a flatbed tow truck.

NO!!! I'm sorry but whoever fool you and told you this is a fool. It is only a repo mans job to move your car if perhaps another car is interfearing with him doing his job then he consults his boss.

If you cosigned for the note, you are saying that if the person who took out the note does not pay you will. I am surprised the lender did not come after you prior to repo.

IF you payed current B4 it was repoed, then the lender will bring it back, uaually. If it was simply put on hold and repoed, you pay to get it back. The LENDER is responsible for repos.

ANYTIME you are in DEFAULT, you are gambling the lender wont repo before you get the money to them. Its just that simple. I actually worked for 8 years for the company that repoed me. I never took it personnl and I think people appreciated it. Mostly when a veh was repoed it was a mutual understanding. In this case I wouldn't of repoed the car. Always wanted to keep the person in the car. Anyways, that's me and it wasn't my call. People do get a thrill out of it, However, I never really did. :(

YES, they are also responsible for items missing from the vehicle, most will cut you a check after some pestering

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