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"Repo Law In Florida"


When it comes to repossession, Florida is a strict state. In order to legally repossess a vehicle in Florida, the creditor must have a court order. The creditor must also send the debtor a notice of their intent to repossess at least five days before taking possession of the vehicle.


If the debtor does not make arrangements with the creditor to pay off the debt or return the vehicle within those five days, then the creditor can legally repossess the vehicle. Once the vehicle has been repossessed, the creditor can sell it in order to recoup their losses.


There are some restrictions on how creditors can go about selling repossessed vehicles in Florida. For example, they cannot sell the vehicle for less than fair market value.





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