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If you signed over the title to him as collateral, and you defaulted on the payment plan, he can take it. If YOU still have the title, it is comsidered an open account and he committed felony vehicle theft if he took it.

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Q: In Texas you are making regular payments on repair work though not the amount agreed Still payments are regular The mechanic shop repoed your car adding 1000 to the amount owed Do you have any rights?
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