I am sorry you feel I did not answer your question. Ownership
of the vehicle is really a non-issue. The bank owns it for lack of payment. If the car is subject to being reposessed it may be recovered from wherever it is. It does not matter that you do not own it, or that it is on your property. I understand you do not like the situation, but the law permits this type of activity. As I said if you ordered him off the property he should have left, but he is allowed to come back when you are not around.
The law has many instances of this, for example if you unknowingly purchase stolen property, it can be taken from you even though you did nothing wrong. Your recourse is against the seller of the property, not against victim, or individual recovering the property.
The situation here is analogous you are keeping in your possession
, or on your property something that belongs to someone else. Do you really think anyone could get a car loan if people could stop paying by simply parking the car in someone elses garage.
You asked for what the law proscribes, and I tried to respond. The fact it does not provide any relief is certainly not something I can control. Your argument is with the purchaser of the car, not the repo man.
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