It depends on your state laws what it is called.Usually not called 'auto theft" but isn't that what it amounts to?Here is a NC law I had open at the time.§ 14-115. Secreting property to hinder enforcement of lien or security interest. Any person who, with intent to prevent or hinder the enforcement of a lien or security interest after a judgment or order has been issued for possession for that personal property subject to said lien or security interest, either refuses to surrender such personal property in his possession to a law enforcement officer, or removes, or exchanges, or secretes such personal property, shall be guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor. (1887, c. 14; Rev., s. 3436; C.S., s. 4288; 1969, c. 984, s. 3; c. 1224, s. 1; 1987 (Reg. Sess., 1988), c. 1065, s. 2; 1989, c. 401; 1993, c. 539, s. 57; 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 24, s. 14(c).) (2) If that maximum punishment is more than 30 days but not more than six months imprisonment, it is a Class 2 misdemeanor; and
Yes. He can file charges of theft if the vehicle is in the possession of someone other thant the debtor or codebtor. He can have the lender file charges of hindering repossession. He may be able to file charges of breaking the peace if the party holding the vehicle does not quietly turn over the keys and cooperate with surrendering the vehicle.
You go on any file.
It is true but not likely. The normal is to file a writ of REPLEVIN. The court has the sheriff come to get the car or YOU if you cant/wont produce the car. Just give it up and avoid all the extra charges ect.
Theft and fraud; misconduct.
Only if fraud is involved.
Its personal property its nothing the law can do you can take him to small claim court to get your stuff back. No you can't file theft charges against him
it should just load a file on its own
no but you can start a new game on another save file
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Yes. The greatest hits version game save file will work with the standard edition of Grand Theft Auto San Andrea.
You can report credit card theft at any time. Obviously, the sooner the better. However, whether or not the suspect is prosecuted depends on state of jurisdiction. Your local state attorneys office should be able to guide you how/when to file the charges.
The identity theft has to be resolved before the co-signing can be resolved. File charges,ect get that out of the way, then work on the co-signing mess.
No. Homeowners Insurance does not cover auto theft from a business.
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Private individuals cannot file or "press" criminal charges.You can report the theft to the police. The police and the prosecuting attorney will then determine whether or not to file criminal charges, depending on the circumstances of the theft.Added: Realistic answer - Law enforcement will consider this a civil case (i.e.: an inter-family situation) and will not, and cannot, take action.
If you want to got o jail for Grand Theft Auto.
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Go to my documents and open the folder for GTA SA and open any saved file.
Homeowners insurance and Auto TheftNo. Homeowners Insurance does not provide coverage for Automobiles. You will need to file that with your Auto Insurance company if you have comprehensive Auto Coverage.More sNO. That would be something that auto insurance would cover if you had full coverage including theft. Homeowners, does not cover motorized vehicles, except in specific cases.
Yes. They can file criminal charges since they are the direct owner of the vehicle since you have defaulted on the loan. When you are in repossession status, you really need to not run from them because they have the power to add your VIN number to the police and report as stolen. You do not want to runaway from the lien holder if you are in default. This can lead to Auto Theft or Grand Theft Auto depending on how much the car is worth Both are at least Class C and B Offenses in most states. So I suggest you return the car ASAP to avoid of getting charged.
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You can avoid the laws if your lender agrees not to press charges for deficiency. You can also file for a chapter 7 bankruptcy.
It does not cost anything to file contempt charges at the court house. It will cost you if you have an attorney to file the charges for you.
That is a criminal matter. File a police report and press charges. Perhaps someone at the district attorney's office could advise you further.You need to notify the lender of the forgery and send a copy of the police report.That is a criminal matter. File a police report and press charges. Perhaps someone at the district attorney's office could advise you further.You need to notify the lender of the forgery and send a copy of the police report.That is a criminal matter. File a police report and press charges. Perhaps someone at the district attorney's office could advise you further.You need to notify the lender of the forgery and send a copy of the police report.That is a criminal matter. File a police report and press charges. Perhaps someone at the district attorney's office could advise you further.You need to notify the lender of the forgery and send a copy of the police report.
Individuals cannot "take out charges' or "file charges" against anyone. Only a prosecutor may do these things. You must first report the offense to law enforcement who will then invistigate and if the suspect named in your report is found to be valid, they will then arrest that person. When that person is presented in court, the prosecutor will then file charges against them.