What is the time period given before a car can be repossessed by a creditor in new york state?
Read the contract you signed. it likely states that when in DEFAULT, the lender can repo the collateral. Default is when you dont pay a payment as agreed or any other condition of the contract. No rocket science here.
How far behind do your car payments have to be before it can be repossessed in the state of Virginia?
The creditor can obtain a replevin order from the court if it becomes necessary. Wisconsin is the only state which requires a replevin order to be in place before a vehicle can be recovered. All other states allow repossession under the UCC laws, although some do require the borrower to be notified and given a specified time to bring the account current before the vehicle can be seized..
Yes, it can be repossessed. If you owe money on a vehicle and do not have a clear title of the car - In reality, this car is not yours until the debt is paid. The car is collateral until your pay the loan off. If the car was repossessed, the personal contents like the car seat must be given back to you.
There is no time limit. As soon as you are in debt or default on payment with the creditor, then they may repossess the goods, and this includes cars. This can be done, by law, without notice. What the Law Says New York law states that a lender or seller may take possession of the secured goods, on default, without going to court. The secured creditor also may, without removing the goods, render such goods…
If you are a co-signer on a car loan and the car is repossessed are you given the option to buy the car yourself before it is taken to auction?
In general how many months can a person fall behind in car payments before the car will be repossessed?
You are entitled to any property that is not physically attached to the vehicle. In many states, you may remove after market speakers you have installed, provided doing so causes no damage to the vehicle. You will be given only thirty days to recover private property after the vehicle is repossessed.
In New Jersey, it is the responsibility of the person who registered the vehicle. When the vehicle is repossessed, the person from whom it was taken will be contacted to allow them to pick up their belongings. At this time, they will be given the plates as well as any other personal items left in the vehicle. They can then be returned to the agency.
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Can a credit collection agency still sue you for unsettled debt even if the original creditor was listed in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
Of course. Your saying the person/co you owed money to (the creditor) went bankrupt. So? His/its bankruptcy does not relieve or change YOUR debt in any way...whether he transferred the debt or not, before or after filing. In fact, the debt you had to that bankrupt party is an asset of its. Hence, when he declared bankrutpcy it is very commonly given to one of HIS creditors as a way to pay them.
If a car is repossessed from someone at a buy-here-pay-here lot then you take the car and it is given back who is responsible for the balance remaining?
A creditor can garnish however much the court has given them permission to garnish. The court decides this depending on the kind of debt owed as well as the willingness of the defendant to pay the debt. If it is a debt for owed child support, for example, a huge percentage of the wages can be garnished.
Well, that all depends on who is taking the car and why. If the bank that financed the car has repossessed it, then maybe...maybe not: It all depends on how much the sale of the item brings. The proceeds will not only have to be enough to cover the loan, but the costs incurred to recover, store, and sell the vehicle. Odds are, that given the rate at which cars depreciate; no. I am unsure…