The lender files a WRIT of REPLEVIN and the sheriff goes out and gets the car. IF the lender has a lien on the truck,ect. All that legal stuff. LOL
Once the loan is in default the bank has the right to refuse payment and repossess the vehicle.
Yes you can with the help of your attorney.
You should not refuse to do something that your parents tell you to do
no She never had any truble and her parents never refuse they wanted the best of her.
A seller may not refuse final payment in an attempt to repossess.
Is there counseling for the parents of drug addicted, adult children that refuse help?
After a couple of months they can and will
go pick it up, if they refuse, go get the police
Generally, no, but their parents or guardian (if the parents refuse) can do it for them.
Generally, not until the child is 18.
Wait until you are 25.
It depends on whether the parents are still living or not. If they are alive, he cannot legally share the document with you.
Unfortunately, yes they can repossess your car. They have the right to take it at any point that you do not make a full payment on or before the indicated pay day. The only exception is if you have a written agreement that states you have a grace period. Otherwise there is nothing you can do about it except pay in full on time every time.
It infuriate most parents when their children refuse to listen to them and treat with disrespect.
As long as you are a minor, yes.
No, they are still considered a minor. They cannot refuse to follow the wishes of their parents or the court.
18 unless the parents let the child choose.
The parents should get the court's permission in this situation. This is because, legally speaking, a child is entitled to the support of both parents.
Only bad parents do that. Good parents love and accept their LGBT children. If your parents don't accept you, they are failing as parents, and it has nothing to do with you.
Your parents are generally the people who signed your birth certificate. They are generally the ones who call you for dinner and the ones who refuse to raise your allowance.
Refuse is present tense.I refuseWe refuseYou refuseHe/she refusesThey refuse
It is legal for you're parents to get rid of your clothes, but they have to keep you from going into public naked