so no paper work has to be done at all
they just take it back and they have to say absolute nothing
it was my understanding that they at a least need to notify you about the action so u have the chance to recover it...
is this false information
I live in texas. well let me explain myself a little better. my vehicle was parked at my unoccupied home, about a month later when I went to my home to check on it I notice my vehicle was gone, course I knew it was the lender so I paid them a visit to try to recover the vehicle they stated it was already sold at a auction and that I still owed them the remaining balance
what should I do
if a letter was not sent then what would be my next stop
so when you say this----> Under Texas law, you must be given reasonable notice (at least 10 days) of the date, time and place of the sale at the last known address the lienholder had for you. your talking bout an auction sale... Right?
so this letter I am looking for is for the sale of the auction and not the repo?? I just wana make sure I get this righ
I will look into this.... and if this notice is nowhere I need to hire a attorney right? im I on a time frame that this needs to be done
excuse me. am I on a time frame??
I appreciate you Mr Adams
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