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Is there an Auto Repossession Statute of Limitation in Mississippi?

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2009-05-02 15:45:34
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As far as I know there is no statute of limitation on auto repossession in any state. Check with your state Attorney General to be sure. I will post a link for you to read. Repossession should be your last resort. Hiding a vehicle from repossession is a crime in some states. The consequences of repossession are always bad for you.

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