(1) The City Council's official's response was that standing regulations entitled the council to repossess undeveloped pieces of land after a stipulated time frame.(2) If something prevents you from meeting your payments, your lender can repossess your home and sell it to pay off your debt.(3) According to the Red Cross, ‘We never repossess tents given to victims.’(4) The financier can repossess the vehicle if you fail to make payments, but you are free to sell it as long as you agree to pay the outstanding debt.(5) They got a court order to repossess the house and garage.(6) They don't have to worry about resale values or market conditions - the legal ownership of the car remains with the finance company or lessor who may repossess the vehicle in the event of missed payments.(7) This also means that, in certain situations, the finance company can repossess the car if you break the contract.(8) If the loan fails the bank will not repossess the goods, they will just chase you for the cash.(9) Others in the oil industry have said that oil companies often take a tough stance when trying to repossess their filling stations from licensees.(10) Remember, lenders don't want to bring homeowners to court or repossess their home.(11) In many states, the lender can repossess your car without as much as a telephone call or written notice if you fall behind on one monthly payment.(12) Former Mansa Batteries workers have supported Government plans to repossess the closed company and sell it to other investors.(13) Figures from the UK government showed a rise in court actions to repossess homes, a further sign that rate rises were being felt.(14) He said as soon as the go-ahead was given after the meeting, the council would proceed to repossess the idle plots.(15) Five different credit card companies were suing him, his car was repossessed and the police arrived to arrest him because of his debts.(16) Once you've arrived at a figure, you can try to work out a deal with the defaulting party before the property is repossessed .