If you have a locked gate, they will find you vehicle and reposses it (even if you are in a public parking lot). My suggestion to you is voluntarily submit your vehicle to the lender. Call them first to make this arrangement. If it's too late, then let them take it.
Yes, even if there is a locked gate they can reposes your vehicle.
It depends on the laws in your state.
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It is against state law to open a locked gate.
So long as the repossession agents don't enter a closed building or cross a locked gate in order to do it, yes.
A car that is actually YOURS cannot be repossessed, as it's paid off. If you have a vehicle being repossessed, they're able to do this because it's actually the finance company which owns that vehicle and possesses their title. A recovery agent can, on behalf of the lienholder, go onto private property in order to recover the lienholder's property - with limitations. They cannot cross a locked gate, and they cannot enter a locked building.
Please note: If the gate is locked I am out and I do not want the grass cutting.
Funds raised by the football program at the University of Alabama (including gate, merchandise and SEC participation) are used by the University to fund academic and sports at the University of Alabama. Talk to anyone who is a fan and you will learn that there is no "more worthy academic needs" than those at the University of Alabama, a state university that has served Alabama since 1831. It is the flagship of the state system that it whole-heartedly supports.
Ensley Gate City
you open the handle and if its locked jump over it!
If the gate is unlocked for any reason, the car can be repossessed. So, if we are talking about a gated apartment/community -- yes, as anyone can follow another car into the apartments or community. If we are talking about a locked garage, that is never opened...the car is not being driven at all...at any time... then no. But you are going to have to have proof that someone broke in. Your word against a lender will not get it back. Remember, the repossession is being done, as payment has not been made--the car technically belongs to the lender until it is paid off.
They wouldn't be able to legally. However the gate would have to LOCKED and not just closed. It would need a lock and/or chain that would prohibit them from opening up the gate. I don't know the exact procedure that you could do legally but I would contact an attorney if I were you.