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Is the law being broken or is there a liability for knowingly hiding a car for a sibling knowing the car is almost a year behind in payments?


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2011-09-13 05:29:32
2011-09-13 05:29:32

In some states, YES. think about it, if you only have an idea where the sibling is located, that's one thing. If you "knowingly hide the car" then you are defrauding the lender. IF YOU were the LENDER in this casr, would you cry FOUL?


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