http://www.cga.ct.gov/2003/pub/Title42a.htm Sec. 42a-9-609. Secured party's right to take possession after default. Use of electronic self-help restricted. (a) After default, a secured party: (1) May take possession of the collateral; (2) Without removal, may render equipment unusable and dispose of collateral on a debtor's premises under section 42a-9-610. (b) A secured party may proceed under subsection (a): (1) Pursuant to judicial process; or (2) Without judicial process, if it proceeds without breach of the peace. (c) If so agreed, and in any event after default, a secured party may require the debtor to assemble the collateral and make it available to the secured party at a place to be designated by the secured party which is reasonably convenient to both parties.
No. Connecticut does not recognize common law marriage.No. Connecticut does not recognize common law marriage.No. Connecticut does not recognize common law marriage.No. Connecticut does not recognize common law marriage.
There is a good overview on REPO-LAWS Just search the way I typed it.
Connecticut Journal of International Law was created in 1985.
University of Connecticut School of Law was created in 1921.
Try the links below for Connecticut Repo Laws and related information.
Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal was created in 1999.
in which town in connecticut was american's law school founded in 1784
30days by state law, answer from a repo man
Sure, there is no law against it.
You can do paintball in Connecticut. The only law is that you have to wear googles and a helmet.
What is Connecticuts law of garnishment on businuss lines of credit?
One day late. I live and own 2 repo companies in Washington. Sorry, but that is the law.
The basic law of the Connecticut colony from 1639 to 1662
The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut of Jan. 14, 1638 is considered to be the basis of Connecticut law and the first written constitution.
No. They cannot break & enter to repo the car. But, if they do, its up to you to PROVE they did it.
no! look into a law suit!
Roadside memorials are illegal in Connecticut. There are no specific legislation for roadside memorials in Connecticut. The only law about roadside memorials is that they are illegal.
No, its a Civil matter. Law Enforcement deals in Criminal Law, not Civil Law.
This could be considered willful desertion under Connecticut law.
yes it is 35% vlt
Repo Men .
When the repo truck tries to tow your car away. What paperwork do they need
No. But after repo they are.