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i am in texas. i leased a vehicle for my daughter. she is the

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i am in texas. i leased a vehicle for my daughter. she is the secondary leasee. she has the vehicle and has quit making payments to me, 3 so far. i have made all payments as required. she has become estranged from the family. do i have the right to take possession of the vehicle without notice?
Thank you for your question. I look forward to working with you to provide you the information you are seeking.

If you are the primary lessee, then you have rights to take the vehicle without any notice to the secondary lessee. You can take the vehicle at any time with proof you are the primary lessee as long as you can take it without creating any disturbance of the peace.



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