Alimony payments are ordered by a court or agreed upon by the parties, based on the facts and circumstances of the divorce.
Yes, if you have agreed that the house will be used for collateral.
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If you do not have title or have not been making agreed payments...YES.
Only if you have failed to make the agreed payments on time.
This means out of the total number of accounts you have, you have not paid on enough of them as agreed when you where issued the account. Example would be late payments.
That depends on how soon you've agreed to pay it off.
How much an automotive mechanic earns in Australia depends on their experience and where they work. If you a good mechanic you can earn more depending on where you are working and the terms of payment agreed upon between the two parties.
Try your local Small Claims Court.
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Yes. Making payments on time is only one of several things you agreed to do when you signed the loan papers.
Default means that you have not made the agreed-upon payments in full on time. You may be making partial payments (ie, paying $250 a month instead of $350 a month), but still be in default.
The Sioux had agreed to live on a reservation in exchange for annuities, or annual payments from the government.
In cash sales, payments are made instantly by the buyer/customer to the seller, where as in credit sales, the payments are generally made after a specific period as agreed upon between the buyer and the seller.
If you have an agreement to pay an agreed amount and make those payments, garnishment is unlikely.
You can try. They are not usually under obligation to accept it. You are under contract to make payments and you can be legally ordered to fulfill the terms that you agreed to. Most dealers will be somewhat lenient, as their normal recourse is to repossess the vehicle.
Technically yes - the vehicle can be repossessed if you are 'in default' of your obligations under the contract. So while the usual way to default on the contract is by missing payments, it is possible for you to be in default by another way, outlined in the contract you agreed to.
It would be the previous owner's loss.
Regular monitoring against the agreed budget, compliant to the spending and income streams and reviews of under performance
If the co signers credit is going to be affected because of the lack of payments from the payee, and if the co signer is paying for the payments, then yes the car can be given over to the co signer, especially if the payee is not paying for the car that was agreed upon. check with the finance companies, and your local state, county laws.
Liance is an agreed on promise among two people or a group. Adding the prefix de- means that one person voids agreement.
If you continue to make payments as agreed, on time, you should be safe from repossession.