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What can you do if you are the primary buyer and the co-buyer who has the car is not making the payments and you cannot locate the car in Florida?


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2004-11-19 10:31:46
2004-11-19 10:31:46

I recommend discussing it with the LENDER. Ask for "help" in "locating" the car. If that doesnt work, contact a FL repo company for advice. NOTE. Is the TITLE in your name(owner OR co-owner)? If you are simply on the LOAN contract, you are in a mess.

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I had a problem like this in Florida. the person-cobuyer took off with the car and didnt make the payments. There was not a thing I could do. The only thing you can do is try to get your hands on the car but you cannot cause a disturbance where the police are called. If you do get the car then he can do the same thing if he has a key. Maybe you can get the ignition switch changed if you get your hands on the car.

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The co-signer has no inherent authority to "call for" the payment in full of the loan. If the primary borrower is missing payments it is likely they cannot afford to repay the loan. In fact, if payments are being missed by the primary borrower the co-signer's responsibility will kick in and the lender will go after the co-signer for full payment of the loan.The co-signer has no inherent authority to "call for" the payment in full of the loan. If the primary borrower is missing payments it is likely they cannot afford to repay the loan. In fact, if payments are being missed by the primary borrower the co-signer's responsibility will kick in and the lender will go after the co-signer for full payment of the loan.The co-signer has no inherent authority to "call for" the payment in full of the loan. If the primary borrower is missing payments it is likely they cannot afford to repay the loan. In fact, if payments are being missed by the primary borrower the co-signer's responsibility will kick in and the lender will go after the co-signer for full payment of the loan.The co-signer has no inherent authority to "call for" the payment in full of the loan. If the primary borrower is missing payments it is likely they cannot afford to repay the loan. In fact, if payments are being missed by the primary borrower the co-signer's responsibility will kick in and the lender will go after the co-signer for full payment of the loan.

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No. Child support payments cannot be garnished.No. Child support payments cannot be garnished.No. Child support payments cannot be garnished.No. Child support payments cannot be garnished.

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The cosigner issue here is misplaced. The liability of a cosigner comes into play if the primary owner of the car cannot make payments. In the case presented, the primary borrower is doing fine. There is nothing a cosigner can do to take a car away.

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Sign off your interest in the vehicle to the primary, letting him/her have the right to sell or drive the vehicle. Either way, the primary needs to have control of the property that he/she is paying for.


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