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The Tarshish Cody law firm and its Consumer Protection Attorneys represent victims of wrongful repossession of property including automobiles. If a creditor accepts late payments for such property, for example a car or truck, the property may not be repossessed without prior written notice to the vehicle owner. These creditors are also prohibited from violating breach of peace ordinances during a repossession. That means they are prohibited from entering a home or garage, or threatening a party. Once a consumer is targeted for illegal repossession, the attorneys at Tarshish Cody PLC will aggressively assert your rights, and pursue claims for damages where appropriate. Our experienced attorneys can investigate a consumer’s specific circumstances and pursue redress or compensation within their legal rights. Call 952-295-3935952-295-3935 to speak with our Wrongful Repossession attorneys or fill out the Free Case Evaluation Form below.


“My attorney at Tarshish Cody knew how to quickly make the lender harrassment stop, and got me money for my hassle. I have referred multiple friends to them.”Karen L.
“Tarshish Cody helped me file a lawsuit against my lender who illegally tried to repossess my car. Thank you so much Tarshish Cody for protecting the regular guys from unethical loan sharks.”Michael S.

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Can They Repossess My Boat?

If you bought your boat on a loan, the lender will likely have a lien put on the boat title. The lien lasts until the loan balance is fully paid off. If you do not adhere to the terms of your loan, or if you default on your loan, the lender will generally be able […]

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Can the Police Assist a Repossession Agent in Taking My Car?

The repo man is not allowed to ask for police assistance in order to seize your car. Vehicle repossession is a private affair. If police are called in during the act of a repossession, their role is strictly to maintain the peace and order, not to help the repossession agent. The repo agent is not even allowed […]

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Illegal (Unlawful) Vehicle Repossession in Minnesota

When you buy a vehicle with a loan, the lender will typically place a lien on the title of the vehicle until the loan balance is paid off. The lender will also typically have the right to repossess the vehicle (the collateral) if you default on, or breach the terms of, your loan. The contract will […]

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