No, they cannot. By law, they're only entitled to enter and move the vehicle they have an order for repossession on. The only way they can move another vehicle is if the owner of that vehicles gives them permission to do such.
To Replacement Depots called REPO-DEPOs; from there, they were distributed to their outfits, which were scattered thru-out South Vietnam.
If the question is regarding the "Reception" depots/stations in RVN (Republic of South Vietnam), each branch of service had their own types of reception stations. For the US Army: Newly arrived "in country" GI's walked off of the airliners (civilian charter jets), loaded onto blue US Air Force buses, and were taken to large hanger sized buildings, equipped with bunk beds with no linen or pillows. A snack bar was inside, which was manned by Nationals (South Vietnamese civilians). There was normally, standing room only inside the building...no one was allowed outside unless on "detail" (assigned duty) or a smoke break, although everyone smoked inside the building anyway. Names would be called by a NCO (Non-Commissioned Officer-SGT), from his clipboard each hour of each day. Until the whole shipment of men was gone, and then a new batch would arrive. These were called "REPO-DEPO's" Replacement Depots. Stay in that building lasted possibly 24 hours maximum. From there men were shipped to their units, via, CH-47 Chinook helicopter, C-123 twin engine transports, C-130 transport (4 engine airplane), or 2 1/2 ton truck (deuce an a half).
They can pull the kingpin latch on the fifth wheel - that is all they can do. They cannot physically move the trailer.
They can disconnect the trailer, but, if that trailer isn't included in the order for repossession, they cannot take it - doing so is theft, and a crime.
No. A repo agent is only permitted to move and enter the vehicle which they have an order for repossession on.
yes, if it's being repossessed, it is the banks property.
Repo man took my truck and my 24 ft trailer with 5k+ of tools on it. The trailer and tools are not on the loan and this has not been returned to me. He also knocked over my mail box. I have done a police report and was advised to contact them and try to work something out. There was some one that was supposed to buy the trailer in the morning, but that sale has been lost now. The officer as well entered in the police report the amount that the trailer was to have been sold for. The repo company nor the car lot have returned my rightful property to me, and I am signing warrants in the morning on them.
Do you have a repo contact at BoA? I am going to have the same problem. firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, they can knock on your and attempt to contact you. what the lastest time they can do that
Most usually they are empowered to take items where you haven't made the payments. If both the truck and trailer were being repossessed, then you are stuck.
No. The repossessor can only take the unit they were contracted to repossess. Taking any other vehicle (which includes a trailer) is a felony, and a separate felony will be assessed if there's a load in that trailer.