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What is Lein holder?
When you owe a person, company, or government entity a sum of
money they can place a "lein" on your assets. This could be your
home, car, anything you own. The "lein" simply means that you
cannot sell that item without paying what you owe.
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
When you pay off a car loan should the lien holder send you CAR KEY?
Asked in Vehicle Titles, Repossession, Liens
Can you repo a car when the lien has not been recorded with the DMV but you signed the title and filled out the lien holder section of the title?
Asked in Vehicle Titles, Used Car Buying, Liens
What happens if you do buy a car or motorcycle that has a lien against it and you want to register it and you got the car with a bill of sale?
you will have to find out who has a lein on it have them fill out a fourm of lein satisfy. In most states a lien holder is recorded on the title and the lien holder will keep the title until the lien is paid off. After the lien holder is paid off, they will sign the title to release the lien and give/send the title to the owner. The title office can tell you who has a lien on the title.
What are repossesion laws in Missouri?
In short form, if a payment is missed, the vehicle is up for repossession. The company who owns the note may repossess the vehicle themselves, or may hire an independant company to repo it. Once repossessed, the company who owns the lein has to send a notice of repossession letter to the debtor, giving the debtor 10 days to either pay the car off in full, or catch up on payments missed. This is at the sole discretion of the owner of the note. The lein holder has to hold the debtors personal property for 15 days, and may charge the debtor a fee to retrieve the property. If the car is not claimed in ten days, the lein holder may sell the vehicle to the highest bidder. If the amount received exceeds the amount owed on the vehicle, the lein holder must refund the excess amount to the debtor, if the amount received is less than the amount owed, the lein holder may sue the debtor for the rest of the amount. A modest repossession fee may be applied to the total owed.
Asked in Repossession, Co-signing, Liens
Can a co-signer have a car repossessed if there is no lien?
Asked in Repossession
What can be done when auto is sold and not paid in full?
Asked in Repossession, Insurance, Auto Insurance
Is there any way to get a repossessed car back without paying the car insurance?
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Liens
How Long does a mechanic's lien last in South Carolina and is anyone exempt?
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What actors and actresses appeared in Ar y Lein - 2004?
Asked in Auto Loans and Financing
Can you get your finance company to repossess a vehicle from a second party?
Asked in Credit Reports, Credit
How do you dispute a federal tax lien appearing on your credit report?
You must notify the Lein Holder, in most cases it is the IRS. On your credit report there will be a c document number. In writing notify the IRS with the document number. Ask them to give you a written status. The date it was satisfied and if it is within 10 years as them to remove it. You must notify the Lein Holder, in most cases it is the IRS. On your credit report there will be a c document number. In writing notify the IRS with the document number. Ask them to give you a written status. The date it was satisfied and if it is within 10 years as them to remove it.