It is true but not likely. The normal is to file a writ of REPLEVIN. The court has the sheriff come to get the car or YOU if you cant/wont produce the car. Just give it up and avoid all the extra charges ect.
You report the theft to the police and press charges.You report the theft to the police and press charges.You report the theft to the police and press charges.You report the theft to the police and press charges.
Possibly - especially if you start hiding your vehicle from the lender or the repo-man in order to keep the lawful owner (the lender) from taking it back due to non-payment. If you are willfully and knowingly depriving the lender of his lawful property and converting it to your own use, it is the same as if you had stolen it.
The charges for theft vary greatly depending on the monetary amount of the theft as well as the way the theft was taken out. Typically, punishment for theft can be anywhere from a $500 fine to life in prison-such as with aggravated grand theft.
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Made payments on July but they get a letter explaining (id theft) some1 took my money from my bank , Can I recover $$ I already pay for? from who?? This event doesnt concern the lender on your car.This between you, the bank, and whomever did the ID theft.Can I sold the car and pay the dealer?":IF you can PAY OFF THE LOAN,YES. This is best done with the lender assistance on the paperwork,ect.
Yes you must turn the vehicle in on a lease. You are responsible for the full amount of payments on the lease. If the vehicle is not turned in it can be reposessed.Remember you never owned it. It certainly does. Unless the person likes the idea of "Grand Theft Auto" charges. You would have to reafirm your contract with the lender and pay any accrued fees/penalties.
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The insurance company will pay the lender to the policy limits. This payment will only be made if you have theft coverage and not just minimum coverage. I believe you still have to make the payments, although I am not sure.
Yes, it could be considered "theft by deception". When the lenders go to court to start reposession they have taken ownership of the vehicle. At that point you no longer have rights to the vehicle and if the lender claims that you are deliberately hiding the vehicle they could have a good argument for the theft by deception.
depends where you live. if your a minor im sure you will get away with boot camp or something little like that. theft charges are nothing to worry about. depends where you live. if your a minor im sure you will get away with boot camp or something little like that. theft charges are nothing to worry about.
Yes, fraud, embezzlement and theft are all possible charges.
It means three separate charges of theft committed at three different times.
You have to prosecute theft within 3 years in Oregon. You cannot prosecute theft after this time. Sometimes theft isn't discovered right away.
Theft of property amounting to over $200,000 brings charges of Second Degree Felony in Texas. The statue of limitations on such charges is three years.
Yes. He can file charges of theft if the vehicle is in the possession of someone other thant the debtor or codebtor. He can have the lender file charges of hindering repossession. He may be able to file charges of breaking the peace if the party holding the vehicle does not quietly turn over the keys and cooperate with surrendering the vehicle.
There are many different punishments that could be given for theft. If the owner presses charges you could go to jail.
They could, if they wanted. Much probably hinges on the amount of the theft and serioussness of the crime.
Minor ID theft charges have, at times, been plead down to the misdemeanor level.
Depends on how much you are charged with stealing.The employer can decide to report the theft to the police whenever it chooses.
Not if you are on the title to the vehicle and own it. Whoever holds the loan on the vehicle can repossess the car however if you are late with payments. Contact the lender and work something out. You do not want your car repossess. Credit will be ruined for 7 years, and you will still have to pay the repo fees plus the difference in the balance on the note and what the car brings when they sell it.
this is funny because it is under the 'cheating' category
If it is internal theft they are not required to do so. Sometimes they decline to prosecute in order to keep the internal theft quiet and out of the public news.
Theft and fraud; misconduct.