I must be lost. I thought that if I had a signed Security Interest that I would not even have to go through court. Sorry. Lot on my mind so I am a bit confused.
Paul. I DO have a Security Interest document that allows me to eize so do I even need to go through the hassle and expense of court?
Then that is different from what I understood which I am sure is my fault. I had thought that you said if I had a Security Interest doc signed by them that I could enforce my lien and take back the property covered in the UCC. Once you reply, I will accept. Not the answer I was hoping for though. But I can just go through a Maryland Court? The owners would then have to come to Maryland? Is that correct?
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