posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 11:13 AM
Originally posted by AnonATI
Not positive, but I'm pretty sure you can't just write a check on the spot when you're getting repoed (could be wrong).
That's a pretty good question. Can you just write them a check if they were doing it to an individual?
More I think about it, I'm thinking that the answer would be NO.
Fist off, I doubt that the Bank lawyers would take the time to personally show up so there wouldn't be anyone "authorized" to accept payment. It'd
be the cops and the moving men and all they'd say is "Sorry, we can't do that." Course, there may be some lawyers that ENJOY seeing their evil
deeds being carried out, so I may be wrong.
Second, I doubt they'd just take a check since there isn't any guarantee that the check wouldn't bounce.
No, I don't think that a private individual would have been allowed to simply write a check.
My respect for the lawyer just went down a little.
He should have taken ALL THEIR STUFF and told them "I'll see you in court. How about Tuesday in the third week of next month. That's the first day
my schedule is clear." LOL