Legal Question in Credit and Debt Law in Michigan

Furnace Repossesion

About 18 months ago i had a new furnace installed in my house by a small HVAC contractor (State of Michigan - licensed and bonded).

And I have paid the bill submitted to me by the contractor, in full.

He called me today saying that the company he got the furnace from; Bryant heating (furnace is a bryant) is going to repo my furnace because HE hasn't paid them for the equipment. He said i have to pay Bryant an additional $2,000 to stop the repo.

Question: Can Bryant repo my furnace even though I did go NOT go through Bryant to get the furnace and i do have proof that i paid the contractors bill in full?

Asked on 11/12/07, 2:02 pm

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Rochelle Guznack Law Offices of Rochelle E. Guznack, PLLC
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Re: Furnace Repossesion

No, you should not have to pay the supplier and they cannot repossess your furnace unless they somehow have a lien which I doubt. You may need an attorney if they sue or try to repossess the furnace.

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Answered on 11/15/07, 2:11 pm

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