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repo men are allowed to be on the property... once they have possession of the car, it is legally theres.

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Some states do not allow a felon to be a repo man. Other states do allow them to be in this position with the correct licensing.

not if your a repo person with a licence

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

Repossession of what? Who? The repo agent?

No, if the car does not have a lien, then the dealer has no legal interest in it.I'm not sure why a dealer would even try to repo something they had no legal interest in.

Only a prosecuter can prosectute. It is legal to repo a car from anywhere as long as they dont "breach the peace" to get to it. That is, they cant break & enter or physically move you out of the way.

You need to have a lien on the vehicle and reasonable cause to repo it, whether it be late payments, risk of losing the vehicle in impound, etc.

The car is not yours, it belongs to whoever got the repo company to collect it. They can decide what happens to the car, if they instruct the repo company to break into it, then that's what will happen.

The difference in what the car sells for and the balance on the loan, plus repo, and administrative costs. Very, very, bad idea to allow this to happen. Sit down with the lender and work something out. They do not want to repo your car. Voluntary repossession hurts your credit just as much as them initiating the repo. Your credit will suffer for 7 years. Do not allow this to happen, if at all possible,

There is a legal process that has to be followed and it depends on the state you live in. Most local laws require the bank to allow you 10 days to come up with the back payments and any new fees. If that time period has pasted then more than likely the sale was legal.

It is NOT legal to enter a garage in any state to repo a car, unless the repossession agent has a replevin order issued by the court that holds jurisdiction. Call a local attorney.

yes you can repo on work property as long as the work does not tell you other wise IE most hospitals will not allow you to repo on there property

No, unless it was self-defense. A repo man cannot use force on your person, it is assault and against the Fair Debt Collection Act. If force was used you need to file a report with the police immediately.

Again, can you PROVE they were NOT at your relatives home when they called?? IF so, call a local attorney ASAP for state/case specific legal advice. No it is not legal and that very well may be a federal crime.You need to sue the bank not the repo you can sue under the Fair Credit law .If you ask them to stop calling you they must.The above poster is wrong he is a repo guy who defends repo morons no matter what they do!

If it is privately owned property and stipulates no trespassing (like a gated community or such) then yes. Unless the Repo men have a court order or similar legal document. Then no, the guards cannot, and are obliged by law to assist the repo men.

Not unless he has a legal warrant signed by the court

If it is accessible and not locked up it s legal especially on public access areas. It's bad I know but if they touch it they can repo it in atleast 45 states

Yes, but only after he has legal paperwork from the Court. Sales contracts these days are designed to allow an easy repo by the seller to save costly delays, court costs to foreclose on your contract, and selling the vehicle at a Sheriff's sale. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX YES, when the sherif is involved it is when a "writ of Replevin" has been sought. wiki "replevin" it is in most of the fine print of contracts.

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Yes, if you are not making the payments the bank can repo your truck.

Yes, you can use GPS to repo vehicles. Further, it depends on the state and city, some cities require that you disclose it to the customer. You can find more information about your question at

this question can form a wide range of answers it depends on if you are willing to pay on the repo car how ever the most they can do is put it on your credit and it can stay on there for 7 years it will show on your credit report as repo ..a large number of people never pay off a repo car even if you do pay on it to try and save your credit the fact still remain it was repo and it will show repo settlement

repo is taking somthing away like the repo man in the new movie repo! the genetic opera theres an organ repo man who takes away peoples organs

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