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What is the law if your vehicle is repoed and the motor and transmission is gone?

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2006-06-13 03:59:55
2006-06-13 03:59:55

I believe it depends on what state you reside, but if you legally haven't finished the contract to pay for the car and have sold the motor and transmission out of it.. you are responsible for the cost. They will sell the car, putting in a motor and transmission and auction it off to the highest bidder. Even if that is not what is left owed on the car. You will be legally responsible for the rest due. Whatever that amount is. It does depend on your state though I would check with your local courthouse. When you purchase a vehicle and obtain a title loan, you are obligated under the terms of the agreement to keep the vehicle in running condition. If you remove parts from the vehicle you can be held responsible for the full price of the vehicle and it is conceivable that the courts may impose criminal charges for your actions. They cannot impose "criminnal charges" on you for removing the transmission and motor.It is contract law not criminal law which governs this.

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