In the state of Texas, creditors do not have to give notice before repossessing a car due to missed payments or not having adequate car insurance, as of 2015, according to AVVO. However, some Texas laws require the car o... More »

According to the Florida Office of the Attorney General, the Florida repossession law states that when a vehicle is bought on credit, the creditor still owns the vehicle, to a certain degree, until it is entirely paid. T... More »

According to the Oklahoma law office of Mitchell and Hammond, if an individual in Oklahoma leases or purchases an item on credit and fails to make the agreed upon payments, creditors have the right to seek legal action f... More »

The eviction process in the state of Texas begins with a written notice from the landlord, delivered in person or by mail, to the tenant, according to Harris County Justice of the Peace Courts. The tenant is given three ... More »

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North Carolina repossession laws state that if someone is behind on payments or has failed to maintain any required insurance, the lien holder of the property has the right to repossess the property. However, they do not... More »

Michigan's laws for repossession are contained in the Uniform Commercial Code, which governs certain commercial transactions, according to the official State of Michigan website. Repossession of a vehicle in default of a... More »

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The procedure to probate an estate in Texas involves filing an application, waiting 2 weeks, attending the hearing, issuing a notice to creditors and a conclusion reached by the court. The procedure can begin whether the... More »

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