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Unfortunately, once a repossession is processed through the fault of the debtor being delinquent, if the car is repossessed even though you made a deal with them you are still going to have to pay the repossession fees. You can try to negotiate with a supervisor, since they are the only party who can agree to waive the fees, which they rarely do because the bank would then have to pay the repo company to release the car. Rarely do I ever see a bank agree to this unless the repossession was done in error and the debtor was not delinquent. All you can do is call and negotiate, but legally, no there would be no leg to stand on because the contract you have says in there that if you are delinquent and the car is repossessed, then debtor is liable for those fees.
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