What are Washington State laws for car repossession?
if behind on payments how long before repossesion procedure can begin In Washington state there are no laws governing repo companies - they have to only take the vehicle they are after in a peacful manner - meaning even if you are going bezerk on them - they can only defend them and not assult you - also meaning they can't start the fight - they can block you in hook up your car and ask you to give the keys and exit the vehicle - they can charge you what ever fees they want and also they have to report the repo to the local law enforcement -
If your vehicle loan was made in one state but the vehicle is currently in another state which state's repossession laws apply?
In the state of Ohio, your car may be repossessed if you miss one payment. Your car may be taken any time of the day or night by the repossession company. The repossession company is not allowed to keep any items that you may have left in the car. The company must inform you as to what they are going to do with the car, including selling it, putting it in a car auction, or…
If a cosigner has been making payments on a car at what point can they legally have the car seized and put in their name?
What are the laws in the state of Florida regarding car repossessions and wage garnishment for a repossession in the state of Florida?
If you live in one state but your bank is in another which state laws apply when dealing with a repossession?
Generally the laws of the state where the contract was signed take precedence. I disagree. If the car is registered in California and titled in California, and located in California, California law applies. The validity of the debt, late fees, and so on ARE determined by where the contract was signed, but California has specific laws on the procedure for repossession.
What are the repossession laws concerning a title loan company and are they able torepossess a vehicle 2 weeks BEFORE the first payment is due?
I own a repo company in Washington state, so I'm not a expert in Georgia laws, however in most cases states consider repossession or self-help repossession to be a civil matter. Most likely your local PD would not take action against you. This is provided there is not a court order, forcing you to turn over your vehicle.