You might start by asking where their court order to do so is. You might also give them a copy of the below which may indicate they may not be correct in their action. There are penalities for such. Also take this to the base legal officer and see what they will do to help you.
‘‘SEC. 302. PROTECTION UNDER INSTALLMENT CONTRACTS FOR PURCHASE
‘‘(a) PROTECTION UPON BREACH OF CONTRACT.—
‘‘(1) PROTECTION AFTER ENTERING MILITARY SERVICE.—After
a servicemember enters military service, a contract by the
‘‘(A) the purchase of real or personal property
(including a motor vehicle); or
‘‘(B) the lease or bailment of such property,
may not be rescinded or terminated for a breach of terms
of the contract occurring before or during that person’s military service, nor may the property be repossessed for such breach without a court order.
50 USC app. 532.
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‘‘(2) APPLICABILITY.—This section applies only to a contract for which a deposit or installment has been paid by the servicemember before the servicemember enters military service.
‘‘(1) MISDEMEANOR.—A person who knowingly resumes
possession of property in violation of subsection (a), or in violation of section 107 of this Act, or who knowingly attempts to do so, shall be fined as provided in title 18, United States Code, or imprisoned for not more than one year, or both.
‘‘(2) PRESERVATION OF OTHER REMEDIES AND RIGHTS.—The
remedies and rights provided under this section are in addition to and do not preclude any remedy for wrongful conversion otherwise available under law to the person claiming relief under this section, including any award for consequential and punitive damages.
‘‘(c) AUTHORITY OF COURT.—In a hearing based on this section,
‘‘(1) may order repayment to the servicemember of all or
part of the prior installments or deposits as a condition of
terminating the contract and resuming possession of the property;
‘‘(2) may, on its own motion, and shall on application by
a servicemember when the servicemember’s ability to comply
with the contract is materially affected by military service, stay the proceedings for a period of time as, in the opinion of the court, justice and equity require; or
‘‘(3) may make other disposition as is equitable to preserve
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