Emergency bankruptcy petition Houston repossession Texas law says you have 10 days to exercise your redemption rights after your vehicle is repossessed many times
this is the window a Houston bankruptcy attorney will file a bankruptcy petition however the property until sold it still property of this state under the Bankruptcy Code. That’s if you file bankruptcy outside the 10 day window in your vehicle is not been sold you may still be able to get your vehicle returned by filing an emergency bankruptcy in Houston to stop the automobile repossession.
Most of your vehicle creditors will attempt repossession after your 2 to 3 payments behind. If your vehicle is repossessed and you file
emergency bankruptcy petition in Houston repossession then usually you can get your vehicle back within 24 to 72 hours. Is the vehicle is not returned then you
have a cause of action against the creditor for a turnover action or an adversary inside your bankruptcy. My firm files these types of bankruptcy
typically once every 3 months for creditor he refuses to turn over a vehicle the car creditor can ask that you pay repossession fees and also storage cost
and provide proof of insurance prior to the release of the vehicle. If you filed an emergency bankrupcy Houston repossession, in the bankruptcy you have the right to cram or pay
value on the vehicle if you had it for certain amount of time you may also be able to limit the interest rate or lower the interest rate depending on how
long you have the vehicle. Thus to file emergency Houston emergency bankruptcy petition you maybe able to keep your vehicle lower the principal lower the interest rate and continue to keep your automobile.
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