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    1. This will allow the bank to repossess it and then we will have to look into some form of long-term payment plan for the interest accrued on the mortgage to date and the overdraft


    2. Or they will repossess your car or house as soon as you


    3. borrower defaults on the loan, the bank would have the legal right to repossess the


    4. bank could repossess any day now, that's when you'll need


    5. Sitting at a desk is hard? So they can repossess the actual, hard physical labour of the third world wage-slaves who work for pennies: by selling what they produce for hundreds if not thousands times more than these workers are paid for producing their products


    6. When can they repossess?


    7. How can they repossess?


    8. An involuntary repossession is one in which the creditor has to send someone out to find and repossess your car


    9. loaned out of thin air, to repossess the portion of the property already paid for with hard-earned


    10. True, when they are forced to repossess a home they do resell it to try and get their money back, but they don’t make anywhere near as much as they would have, had the loan continued



    1. Both cars were repossessed


    2. I found out that in the repossessed car area, which I encountered before, the cars that were being repossessed and not getting bids before they were disposed of


    3. I had an independent appraisal done on the repossessed cars and had proof that the cars were being disposed of at phenomenally discounted rates


    4. income dropped; I had two cars repossessed and much debt


    5. His mansion was then repossessed by the bank, as he had a number of large debts


    6. pay, a washing machine to avoid being repossessed, a pregnant wife who


    7. repossessed all of the homes


    8. “I dreamed that somebody stole my card and ran up ten million dollars in charges and then the Visa people came and kicked us out of our house and repossessed my dog


    9. A deficiency is the difference between what you owed on the car when it was repossessed and what it brought at the sale


    10. · The car is repossessed, and sold at an auction




    1. they are very busy repossessing


    2. The predatory or abusive lenders may intentionally lend money with the goal of pursuing foreclosure and repossessing the home


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    Synonyme für "repossess"

    repossess take back reclaim