Repossessing is NOT trespassing until the agent has been told to NOT come on the property again. Then you treat them as you would any other trespasser, call the cops. So next time he tresspasses I can take a crow bar to his $50K truck, right?!?
Is the loan or the registration in someone elses name??If loan is someone elses name their credit takes the hit there is nothing you can do.If the registration is in someone elses name then they are fine.Hope this helps.
No. If they do, they are trespassing and you can have them arrested.
yes as long as there are no locked gates
NO, THAT IS TRESPASSING IN ANY STATE
The person causing the damage is usually responsible, and that would be the hook driver, or his employer, or both, assuming the "someone else" did nothing to interfere with the repo.
You need to consult a lawyer where you live since it varies regionally. However, with a warrant a vehicle can be repossessed legally, even if trespassing is necessary to do so.
Only a prosecuter can prosectute. It is legal to repo a car from anywhere as long as they dont "breach the peace" to get to it. That is, they cant break & enter or physically move you out of the way.
If it is privately owned property and stipulates no trespassing (like a gated community or such) then yes. Unless the Repo men have a court order or similar legal document. Then no, the guards cannot, and are obliged by law to assist the repo men.
well what that happens to me i shoot them in the foot then the knee and finish off with head shoots lol no they are legally not if they do not have promission from someone in a high place, it like a worrent of some sort.i cann't remember who they need promission from but it someone high up
Perhaps, it depends on the repo company's policy.
As long as someone lets them into the building, they can repo. They can not just walk in on their own. Someone has to let them into the building
They can come onto your property because you gave them permission when you signed the loan.If it someone elses property that is trespass but after they have the vehicle the point is moot as long as they didn't damage the property.
An unlawful repo is a theft. Hence it would be handled as such. But most repo companies have the documentation to show they have the right, whether you feel so or not, to take possession of the vehicle. In fact, in most jurisdicitions they advise the police of it before, or right after, attempting the repo. What good would an unlawful repo do someone...they couldn't get title?
Nope. It's not your car - it's the lienholder's car. And the law permits the lienholder to recover their property when the conditions of the lien are not met.
Vanessa, if the repoman can gain access to the property without commiting a beach of peace, YES. Maybe another employee invited him in,maybe the company let him in, who knows. Did your company promise to protect your car from repo activities? Heck, another might have even driven the car out for him, anything is possible. Good Luck The first answer should be correct depending on the state you live in. As long as the property is publicly accessible a repossessor can peacefully trespass to recover the collateral. No its called trespassing and they can and should be prosecuted for it. Sorry but no this is not trespassing. Once you have passed your pay date with out paying the item is not yours any more. The repo has full right to climb on top of your house and get what they have come for if they needed to. Laws do vary from country to county to town but no place in the united States as of right now has a law that prohibits a repo from getting the item wich he has came to. also as a repo you will have to learn new laws wether they are changed yearly or daily so if you see a repo doing something don't question unless its very obvious he is doing something wrong like killing someone. Repo's are very educated and know what there doing and what not to do.
IF the loan is in DEFAULT that has the car as collateral AND the LENDER issues a repo order, YES, the repo man can take the car from a 3rd party in possession.
It's resold to someone else.
different states have different laws... and they vary greatly. did he cut the lock off? in my state repo men can't come onto private property to repo a vehicle. in most states if someone cuts the lock off your gate and takes your car... i guess that's break in and entry/trespassing/grand theft auto. i would be suprised if a state would allow a repo man to destroy your property(lock/gate) in order to repo it. if you have a lawyer... why aren't you asking him? the easiest way is to call the police and ask them... but they may not tell you everything... or they might not even know... good luck.
Repo agents are not allowed to break the law. Technically this includes trespassing, but the mere fact that someone was on your property does not in and of itself does not usually legally constitute "trespass". Generally, the burden is on the complainant to prove that entry was in fact trespass, by showing that you have taken steps to defend the property. At the very least, this will probably include posting warnings/signs that the property is private and that you do not grant permission to enter or pass through it. A repo man can't break into your garage or cut a lock from a gate, but if the car was on your unprotected driveway, it's probably not legally "trespass" for him to walk onto the driveway, break into the car (this is not illegal, because he's acting as an agent of the "rightful owner", i.e. the bank), and take it. I guess the answer is that you can certainly contact the police to file a complaint, but after reviewing the facts, they may tell you that legally speaking no trespass occurred and they're not going to do anything about it. You're not going to get the car back in any event, so doing this unless the repo agent egregiously broke the law is really just kind of spiteful.
Either remove it before the repo man takes the car or go to the repo company and ask if they set it aside. Some repo companies put all the belongings in a bag and set it aside for the owner. can a repo company charge me for retrieving my personal property and property that belongs to someone else?
If it's open access, yes. They cannot crash a locked gate or enter a building without permission.
Repo rate is 7.25 reverse Repo is 6.25
repo is taking somthing away like the repo man in the new movie repo! the genetic opera theres an organ repo man who takes away peoples organs
About the same as any repo. The impact is that you couldn't complete the agreement for whatever reason. Same as a repo. A repo is a repo is a repo. That is correct, there is no difference in voluntary and involuntary. Stays on your credit report for 7 years. Don't let it happen to you. It is not that bad ....in fact you can probably get another car just at a higherinterest rate... besides someone has to keep wonk and clay in business.