Dear XXXXX waller - They are not required to send a notice since you are responsible for keeping your payments current. If they were required to send a notice they would have a far more difficult time repossessing the vehicles since people would try to conceal the whereabouts. Most loan agreement provide for the right of repossession if payments fall behind.
David Kennett - JD - Attorney at Law
It certainly is against the loan agreement to repo a car if the payments are made and are on time and up to date. You are still responsible for knowing the status of your payments and I'm not sure what moving to a new location has to do with anything.
You would be required to notify the bank of the move but I know of no notice the bank would have to send to you unless there is something in your loan agreement to the contrary. If all of your payments were up do date you should request a return of the vehicle immediately and if the bank does not comply you can sue them.
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