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Old Girlfriend Troubles

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I am dating this guy right now that is having a bit of a problem. He lived with this girl for about 2 years. During this time, she wanted him to turn in his car so he could get a truck. Anyway she signed for the lease on the vehicle. They broke up in March 2000. Since then he has been paying the monthly note on the truck. On several occassions she has called to say that if he didn't pay the note right then that she would come take the truck. She did this on several occassions. The note is due no later than Oct. 17. On the night of Oct. 12 she came in the middle of the night to pick up the truck from his apartment without him knowing because he hadn't pay the note yet. He finally got fed up with her threats and went out and got a truck on his own name. What should be done about this situation because now she is stuck with the truck and trying to get in touch with him now. He would have kept on paying for the truck if not for her episode of coming and take the truck. How should this be handled.



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My response:

I don't think you're telling the whole story, or if so, the "entire" story.

If he was never late in making the payments (which he was), then she would have no reason to take the truck. Her credit was being damaged by him. She didn't much care for that. She can sue him for the remaining payments - - or those payments she's made because he stopped.


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