my son bought a used car and put down $2500 and financed the rest. He was supposed to pay each week and due to financial problems was behind a few weeks. They repossessed his car and said he would have to pay the balance of $7,000 before he could get his car. He requested copies of his finance agreement and they won't give it to him. What is his recourse.
2 Answers from Attorneys
You mean he did not keep a copy? He would need to request a copy of the contract in writing and he can sure for repossession.
You need to deterrmine if this was a buy here pay here sale v a traditional finance agreement. There are different rights to each kind of case. I suggest you see a consumer lawyer in your area. For a consumer lawyer in your area, go to
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