Yes. You had a deal with the car company - you agreed to trade your money for their car. Then, when the car had become your responsibility it got stolen. The fact that you no longer have the car doesn't change what you had agreed with the company.
Go back to the store where you bought it.
WHEN your car was stolen or how many other cars you have bought doesnt really matter to the bank. You will pay the balance due on the contract one way or the other. good Luck Having the car stolen doesn't matter. Loans are issued by banks--not insurance companies. You are responsible for all loans to the penny. In your case, your only recourse is if you had comprehensive insurance...
unless you knew it was stolen you are OK. There must be knowledge that you knew it was stolen to procecute you
I you consult that bike to the nearest police station and you will find out that your bike is stolen or not.
Possession means that you have the property, chances are you knew it was stolen. Receiving Stolen Property means that you got it and you knew it was stolen. Typically this would be the person that bought it from a thief.
If your voice is not train to the GPS
check for any finger prints
Go to the police and have them run the sn. If it was reported stolen to the police it will be in the system
If you bought the computer - you would know if the card you used to pay for it was stolen or not !
that means u just bought a stolen car.
Go to your local police with the sn. If it's been reported as stolen they can tell you.
Yeah. You need to protect their investment until you pay them off. If you don't have full cverage; you alone are assuming the full responsibility for the remaining balance if the car is totaed; stolen; or otherwise becomes undrivable because of an accident.