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What are the laws on repossession?

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2006-07-06 00:41:42
2006-07-06 00:41:42

We live in the state of Ga, and had been late many times up to but no more than 15 days late on our vehicle. Repo man showed up this last time as we were only 12 days late? Our lain papers say as long as we werent 15 days or more late??? whats the deal?

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