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If a court gave a company breach of contract although the judge did not hear or refused to hear your side of the story which is the finance company took the car back after 2 wks to sell the car for cash to a drug dealer. I was late paying my insurance but I was under a graceperiod until payday. I did not have the car 1 month.
I just want to add that this finance company has put a lien on my bank account in or approximately 2004 and now with the same breach ofcontract put a lien/transferred the lien to my current bank. Is that correct because I thought liens were time related.
You answered as if a judgment last you for the rest of your life but it does not according to Virginia Law it last for 20 years but I am not arguing with you although I know what happened and I know right from wrong. People who know the law or those with money can hire someone to work for them do and can manipulate their evil doing and hide behind the books called Law. I understand what you are saying and with all due respect agree with a portion of what you are saying. I don't feel that it is right to take money from a person who does not have a job and only have a few hundred dollars to buy food and transportation until they find a job or make a job for themselves. The reason time lapsed is because I was manic depressive doing that time and under doctors care. I am not making excuses for myself I just to pay someone that would do me this way.
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