Call a local towing company to come get it as a towaway.
Right. And face charges for illegally hiding the asset. If the lender will not pick the collateral up, ask where you can deliver it, and do so. If the lender refuses to give you a place to deliver the asset, send the lender a certified letter return receipt requested asking for a place and time to deliver the asset. Send a regular mail copy as well.
Allow a month or two for a response. If there is no response, and they received the regular mail letter even if you get the registered letter back unclaimed, they will have a problem going after you. Be sure to keep copies or originals of all documents.
The title is only released when the debt or loan is paid in full. If you want the lender to pick up the car, I'm guessing that you can't or don't want to make the payments. The lender can refuse to pick up the car, but, if the debt remains unpaid, they will probably have the car repossessed which will negatively affect your credit rating.
Contact the lender they are the ones who call off the repo.
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K, you can deliver the car to the lender OR you can look at it. There is a reason WHY they wont pick it up. Does it run? Is it wrecked? Is it worth P/U? I suspect it is NOT. Whatever happens , you WILL pay the balance. Your best option is to make some kind of payment arrangements with the lender. Large or small, send something on a regular basis. Good Luck
IF and only IF, you are listed on the TITLE as co-owner, you can go get the car. CO-SIGNORS have to let the lender do it their way.
Get hold of whoever it is that you should have paid money to (bank, car dealer...). If you can, pay what you owe, or agree on another payment plan. Once you and the lender have reached a new agreement the lender can call the repo off, and you'd get to keep the car.
IF the lender will accept it. they dont always pick them up, it depends on the condition of the car, VALUE of the car, amount owed, time of sunrise in New Zealand, ect.
The person who has the car calls the lender and tells them where to pick it up. the lender might say"just drop it off at XYZ dealership"....or they might send someone to your home to get it.
Nothing..... it is the responiblty of the lender to arrange someone in your state to repo the bike (or car). Keep your insurance on the bike just in case something happens to it in the meantime.
A pick up truck!
You need to contact the lender. Only they can provide that answer.
That is up to the lender.That is up to the lender.That is up to the lender.That is up to the lender.
My car was crashed and I lost my job. How do I return the finance car to the lender?
u pick her up and put her in ur car
When you bought the car, the lender paid the dealer for the car, and you are making payments to the lender, plus interest. The lender will not help you avoid paying him.
There's no rule. It may not be worth it for the lender to repo or take the vehicle. To be safe, you may want to send the lender a letter, certified return receipt, giving a time, date and place to pick the vehicle up. If the lender does not, be sure to keep the letter and green card to prove the lender abandoned it. Then you will want to get the title. You may have to sue the lender for it.
Perhaps it is. That's a maybe. Some loan contracts have a clause in them that defaults the car to the lender in the event the contract is breached. In these cases, the lender will pick up the car as soon as the borrower becomes delinquent in payments. Many of these lenders will not return the vehicle either, preferring rather to sell the car at auction, and collect the remaining balance through other means.
YES. IF they couldnt, everyone would move to FLA. to let their car go back.. Good Try but NO candy ...
That is up to the lender. You need to contact the lender.That is up to the lender. You need to contact the lender.That is up to the lender. You need to contact the lender.That is up to the lender. You need to contact the lender.
Take your hands out of the situation and let your attorney handle it.
No. Most tornadoes could not pick up a typical car. However, a fair portion still can.
It would be simpler for all parties if you contact them and voluntarily surrendered the car at the lender's discretion. Although you do not legally have to reliquish any property until the BK is discharged. How much time do you want to buy? The court will tell you what to do if you don't contact the lender. The court will contact the lender after you file and ask what the lender wants...actually, where and when he will pick up his assets. Usually a month.
No. Tennessee law simply states that the lender or it's agent may not "breach the peace". This is usually viewed as causing a loud scene. Most repo agents will pick up the car when the owner is asleep or out somewhere shopping to avoid a confrontation.
With a car.