Sherrifes Dept. Or Impound Lot
If impound was caused by your vehicle parked illegally, then the impound lot or the towing company could be held responsible. If it was impounded because it was retrieved as a stolen vehicle, then no one can be held responsible. However, in both cases, the personal belongings in the vehicle can be covered by either your own auto insurance under the Comprehensive portion of your policy or by your own homeowners/renters insurance under the Personal Property portion of your policy. They are subject to your deductible/s.
Free if you steal what has been stolen from you.
Do you mean an Impound yard or Pay for parking garage? If so, they are but you may have to go through small claims court to collect.
YOU are responsible for the debt that is secured by the "stolen" car. Be sure to make a police report on the 'stolen" car.
If your stolen car is found, it is still your car. If there are impound fees, or storage fees, they are yours. The repair fees are yours. The salvage fees are yours. Towing, recovery, transport--yours, yours, yours.This is part of the reason for theft insurance.
Yes, if they have a court order and/or if the vehicle is listed as stolen and/or used in the commission of a crime.
You leave the stolen car at the police impound lot!
if it wasent the cops wouldent be doin it player
Assuming the stolen car was insured, the stolen cars insurance would be responsible. If the stolen car was not insured, the driver, if located would be responsible. If not located then the owner would probably be held responsible. Hopefully the struck vehicle is insured for "uninsured motorist" coverage. Filing the report after the accident would document the theft, but not neccesarily clear the owner of responsibility.
It can be recognised by a serial number so if you need to get it fixed the mechanic could report it as a stolen car and the police will impound it. Even if you didnt know it was stolen when you bought it you will not receive a refund and if the police suspect you did know t was stolen you could be prosecuted.
No.Another View: The police may retain any items found in the car pending proof that they actually are your property.REMEMBER: The car was reported stolen... and then it was recovered and impounded. The perpetrators MAY have used the vehicle during a crime spree and stashed their stolen goods in the car. The owner of the stolen vehicle would not be the beneficiary of the stolen goods just because they were in his vehicle. and they may have to present proof that the items found in the car actually belong to them.
The Australian government.
The police are supposed to notify you and you should be able to pick it up from the police impound lot.
Depends on the nature of the threat. "I'll go around and beat them up" or things like that is not legal. But "I'll search your house and impound anything in there that is stolen or bought with dirty money" is probably legal.
If you got a call and your car was in anoter state then if you wanted it back then you would have to go to that state and get it back usually at an impound lot.
A consumer is not responsible for fraudulent calls made on a stolen cell phone. However, it might take some time to get the charges reversed,
Answer Stolen cars are impounded for a few reasons. One would be that the Police might want to check it for finger prints. Another reason that the car would be impounded is if it was stolen, and the police think it was stolen too easily, they might want to check for Insurance Fraud and last but not least, they might impound a car while trying to find the owner.
If they are still in the car, the person that stole the car is responsible, unless he can convince the police that someone else is responsible.
No. You would be filing a fraudulent police report.
The person who stole the car.
the repair shop. I would say the party or parties that stole the vehicle are responsible.
Take Inventory: ?Count all of your products, write down the names and quantities.Then compare that to what you bought and sold. ?Whatever doesn't add up was stolen, damaged, or somewhere else in the store.