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Removal of property held by a lien.

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Senior Member, Non-Attorney
It's a voluntary repo. One of the choices the lienholder gave the OP.
We haven't been presented any evidence that the car has gone through the repossession process.

However, if the OP can convince them to take the car based on her delivering it to them, then that's fine.


Senior Member
Mimiwagers, it might be smart for you to speak with an attorney local to you.

If the estate's only asset is the car, I see that the lien holder has the choice of having you sell it to give them the proceeds, or picking up the car and selling it themselves, or writing off the loan and letting you dispose of the vehicle. But they can't wait forever to make this decision.

I am sorry about the death of your husband.
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