If there is evidence of fraud, the person hiding the vehicle can be prosecuted and possibly even put in prison.
Only if the lender pushes the issue and its not very likely.
You can be arrest, yes. Would you be? Doubtful. Very stupid thing to do in any case. Thanks for the reply. What I REALLY meant is... if you DID hide a car that was going to be repossessed, then came to your senses and gave the car up, is there still a possiblity of being arrested for hiding the car in the first place? Thanks...
You can, but it most definitely would not be advisable. The vehicle would have to be listed in the bankruptcy schedule as a secured debt which means it is NOT dischargeable in a BK.
I'll take a guess, since you posted this under reposession: It's hiding a vehicle so it would be repossessed, done sometimes when people are behind in their car payments.
You can hide it but, they'll come back later for it.
a hiding spot is somewhere that you go to when you are playing hide and go seek
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The only way to hide a car in Georgia if facing being repossessed is by filing chapter 13. If you have filed for chapter 13 it is legally ok to hide your car from being repossessed.
This just means they have not found it yet. They can pick it up and, they can take you to court and you will have to pay the amount owed plus court fees and fines for hiding the vehicle. If that's the case.
No, not unless there is a court order for you to release the vehicle.
It means not disclosing, or hiding, your interest (ownership or right to) a vehicle.
somewhere no-one knows hiding making believe shes dead which shes not
If you aren't hiding it and they didn't repossess it then it has been stolen. Call the police and report that your truck has been stolen.
They died, were hunted down by telmarines or were hiding out somewhere
Nobody knows, she's hiding somewhere
If you have defaulted on your loan and not returned the vehicle, then you have basically committed a theft.
what is the rising action of someone is hiding in alcatraz island
Not unless you have paid for the car. The car belongs to the lender and not you. I am surprised they have not taken you to court over this. They will eventually for sure.
somewhere in hiding where only her relatives know so nobody will find her
Call the local law enforcement agancy.
Yes, if you haven't made your payments then you have broke your agreement with the leinholder. Basically you are hiding a vehicle that isn't yours which is theft and if I'm not mistaken the last time I checked theft is against the law and is usually followed by punishment of the courts and law enforcement.
There are numerous risks. Someone was crooked enough to roll back the mileage, so what else do you suppose they are hiding. Flood damage, etc? Turn your back on this suspect vehicle. Don't even consider this vehicle.