NOT that I know of. call a local attorney for state specific advice. It's not a threat. Just a warning that IF YOU FORCE THEM TO APPLY FOR A WRIT OF REPLEVNA by refusing to surrender the car, you WILL BE ARRESTED. No! Creditors and/or their representatives cannot threaten to have you arrested or make threats period.
Of course. Anyone can be arrested.
Coroner will become sheriff when the sheriff dies or is arrested or relieved of his/her duty for what ever reason.
A Sheriff's sale usually is to sell off property that has been seized by a large judgement against someone or a repossession that has taken place.
Not by themselves. For this to happen, a sheriff, marshal, or police officer would have to let them do so and be present. The sheriff and marshal does not need a warrant; they only need the repossession order and/or a court order. The court order is dependent on the situation.
Contact the county Sheriff's Department where the individual was arrested.
Of course. You just made their job easier!
File a lawsuit against you and the sheriff comes out and forces you to give up the car. Do not give it up and you will likely be in jail.
The cast of The Hidden Message - 1914 includes: William Lowery as Bronson Arthur Mackley as The Sheriff
He told Huck to tell the duke and the king that they would be arrested by the sheriff.
Sheriff Poindexter was mentoned in one episode. Poindexter arrested Floyd Lawson and Mr. Foley on August 9, 1946 at 11:25am. The charge was assault.
The local sheriff will have you moved bodily if necessary. If it comes to that you may be arrested.
Cheryl, the court order will instruct the sheriff to bring the car in or the debtor if the debtor cant/wont produce the car. Its called a 'writ of replevin".If the car has been STOLEN, go file a police report NOW. Otherwise, there's NO reason for you not to be able to produce the car for the nice sheriff. If you loaned it to someone, you can get them to bring it back to you,right? You wont have those options when the sheriff comes for the car. It will be you or the car then. Good Luck