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Vincent, you have every right to get your PP back. Call the lender and tell them you want it. PP is usually defined as whatever would fall out if you turn the car upside down and shake it. Anything you attach to the car stays.

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Q: What are your rights concerning personal property that was in the vehicle at the time of repossession?
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Is it legal in Florida for a repossession company to charge you 4500 dollars to recover the personal property from your vehicle?

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Can a repossession company keep your items from your vehicle and destory them after you have got your vehicle pack and paid?

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Can the cosigner repossess property other than a vehicle if the primary debtor is not making payments?

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Can a repo company charge you for retrieving your personal property and property that belongs to someone else in the state of Kentucky?

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Can a repossession agent cut locks or cables to obtain a repossession?

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How can someone else get the stuff out of the car when its been repossessed?

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Is it legal for them to take a car seat in a repossession?

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