Connecticut Consumer Debt Lawyer Explains Buying Back Your Repossessed Car at an Auction
I recently had a few clients come to me as a Connecticut Consumer Debt Lawyer about going to a car auction and try to buy back their repossessed car. Unfortunately, you have no right to attend the auction of your repossessed car. The repossession company is not required to notify you of the time and place where the auction occurs. As a Connecticut Consumer Debt Lawyer I have advised them that they are to notify you within thirty days of the selling price of the vehicle.
If you have questions about your repossessed car and the auction, please contact our experienced Connecticut Consumer Debt Lawyer.
This informational video was brought to you by Attorney Eric L. Foster, an experienced Connecticut Consumer Debt Lawyer.
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