We took a lawnmower from a customer for payment for a job we done and now we found out that the customer still owes the bank for the mower and he never paid it off so they repossessed it and I need to know what I can do to get it back
1 Answer from Attorneys
First of all, since you posted in the wrong area (intellectual property, which deals with copyright and patent law), most collections lawyers missed your post. But the answer is you don't get the mower. Since you're a business, and that means you have a business lawyer and use written contracts, you should already know your remedies,but your best remedies are in your contract. Likely you'll simply sue the customer and hopefully have worked good remedies into your contracts.