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How can people fight repossession of property or homes?

We should only buy things we can afford, but that doesn't stop us from making some bad financial decisions. In many cases, people make all the right choices and circumstances still keep them from financial success. Although creditors often have the right to reclaim what they are owed, they must follow specific rules regarding repossession.

Why was my car wrongfully repossessed and what can I do about it?

Many of us have come to rely on using our car to get our kids to school, to work, to the store or anywhere else we may need to go. While it may be inconvenient if it happens, it's understandable if our car gets repossessed because we fall behind in making payments on it. What can be extremely frustrating though is if it gets picked up by the repo man in error.

The repossession man cannot 'breach the peace' to take your car

We've all heard stories about the repo man, and if you've defaulted on your auto loan, you could be in danger of having this person pay a visit to your home. In fact, in the case of most car loans, if you fail to pay the monthly payments, the owner of your debt has the right to send someone to repossess your property. However, you will have certain rights when dealing with the repo man. For example, repossessors cannot "breach the peace" when trying to take your property back.

Am I in danger of a vehicle repossession?

As soon as you discover you can't make your car payment or some other kind of secured loan payment, you should act swiftly. You need to do whatever you can to reduce the risk of having your property repossessed. One or two missed payments could be enough to put you on the list of a debt collector.

When is property repossession wrongful?

Having your home repossessed can be an extremely stressful situation to be in. You may find yourself in financial struggles as well as facing the prospect of being homeless. A creditor can only rightfully repossess your home under certain circumstances, and sometimes, mistakes are made.

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