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Is it legal in Florida for a repossession company to charge you 4500 dollars to recover the personal property from your vehicle?

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They can charge a fee if they have processed your stuff ..that is bagged logged etc..If what you have posted is supposed to be $45.00 that is not unreasonable.....$450.00 that is.

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In the state of Florida, we are required under Florida State Statute ch. 493 to do a full inventory of items located in the vehicle at the time of repossession. You are then notified by mail (to the last known address) of the charges and usually company policy regarding when you can pick up your belongings. We are allowed to charge for our agent's time to inventory the vehicle and storage of the property if we choose. It's up to each company to decide what the fees will be. The state of Florida states your tag is considered personal property and is redeemed at the same time as the rest of your personal property.

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