DID the lender get a judgment for the balance due? Demand verification of the debt from CA. NO verification, NO PAY...
These are your rights under Federal and State Law. The FCRA, FDCPA, and CROA all protect you (the consumer) and give you certain rights to protect yourself from the credit bureaus, creditors, collection agencies, and credit repair companies.
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bill of rights
How di you get gun rights back in the state of California
A teenager in California has a few different rights. These rights include right to due process and right to counsel.
The car company generally has to give you notice before going through with a repossession. Also, they should give you the opportunity to pay the outstanding bill before resorting to a repossession.
One of the rights that American colonist did have was the collection of taxes. The other rights that they did have was that of expression, association and movement.
Please elaborate on your question, are you asking from the standpoint of the lender or the borrower? Both, but I am the borrower.
You do not have any rights on it. You must make your payments if you want to keep living in it. RVs are not meant to be lived in full time.
The rights to enforce federal laws, including the collection of protective tariffs
Depends on state law, in Montana absolutely not... if it comes to a forced repo (bank has contacted you and asked you to turn over and you have not), your car will be "legally stolen" by the bank. You will not have any rights to anything left in the car at the time of repossession. If your bank has contacted you, they have done their "good faith" duty in trying to recover their asset without damaging you (ie, please turn the car in ASAP).
Under California law, partners in an out-of-state civil union have all the same rights as a married couple do.
no there are no rights
California Codes/Family Code Sections: 7120-7123.
No, he doesn't. He owns the rights to "Carolina on My Mind" which is part of the Beatles collection he owns the rights to. He does not own the rights to "South Carolina on My Mind".
Don't let a collection agency push you around. As a consumer you have many rights. The best places for anyone to exercise their rights are in small claims courts. For less than $100 you can bring a collection agency to their knees.
Both their publishers and their performing rights organization help protect their rights.
Police can investigate if a repossession is being legally accomplished. You cannot harass someone to collect a debt. They are in their rights to investigate.
Unless your name is on the vehicle or you reside in the apartment in which you co-signed, you have no rights in the state of California. If your name is on the car or home, then you can take possession and pay the note.
I think they get better infrastructure there. There rights are much secure in California.