If this is a contract sale of a motor vehicle, then Indiana Code 26-1-9.1-609 "Secured Party's right to take possession after default". In Indiana - self help repossession is permitted as long as there is no breach of the peace.
WHOOPS - you want to be a repo man. There are no specific licenses for repo in Indiana. You'd have to check with your insurance company about bonding. The private detective field and repo field are closely related. You might check with the Indiana Secretary of State, Indiana Attorney General's office or you can call Indiana Professional Licensing Agency 317-234-3040 but that is mainly for PI work license.
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Laws and regulations vary from place to place. Most are controlled by health regulations and many have licensing.
It depends where you are. Hunting regulations vary from place to place.
There were 27 tornadoes in Indiana in 2010.
As Cobalt is a radioactive material the type of vehicles needed to transport it must meet the regulations in place in the country that this material is to be moved in. Certainly not just in the back of a pick up truck.
They vary from place to place. You need to be more specific.
· Xavier School of Excellence is located in South Bend, Indiana
Yes, Indiana is a proper noun; it's the name of a specific place.
Age limits vary from place to place based on the regulations in place from the licensing and health departments. Check with you local body piercing studios, they will tell you what the age limits and regulations are for your area.
No, President Harding (Republican) reduced the regulations on business put into place by the progressives.
Depends where you are and what gun regulations are in place.
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore is a great place to visit during Summer.
Basically they walk and use vehicles
Xavier Court is the name of a street in Bloomington, Indiana. It begins with the letter X.