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Is there a law about taking a car out of state that is in default?


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2004-12-01 07:54:19
2004-12-01 07:54:19

Read your CONTRACT. Most major lenders contracts require their permission to do so or you're in default. State laws? YES. DEFRAUDNG A SECURED CREDITOR. What I am asking is what are the legalities for taking a car out of state that the payments have not been madedo to loss of job. If a forwarding address has been left and the car has been in plain sight the entire time.


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