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What are the laws in Georgia on time frame before they sell at auction and can they do this if you pay following day of repo when notified of amount owed if was all bank error?

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2004-06-08 08:16:09
2004-06-08 08:16:09

WHAT "was all bank error"?? IF the whole entire repo "was all bank error", then you need an attorney now. ASAP. The bank has insurance to cover "errors and omissions".

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