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Repossession Rights for Bank against a Debtor

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Does a bank have any repossession rights against a debtor if the debtor has never provided the titles to the vehicle and now the loan is in default? If no, which I assume, what options are available to claim our collateral?
Answer: 

You need to consult legal counsel, but if you never perfected your lien on the vehicles, I doubt you have much of a right to repossess them.

First published on BankersOnline.com 9/5/11

First published on 09/05/2011

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