Translation of repossess in Spanish:


recuperar la posesión de, v.

Pronunciation /ˌripəˈzɛs/ /ˌriːpəˈzɛs/

transitive verb

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    (car/house) recuperar la posesión de
    • When a lender forecloses and repossesses a piece of property for failure to make payments, what are the legal consequences for the borrower?
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • With a car loan, for example, the lender may demand payment instead of repossessing the car.
    • If payment is not forthcoming, the bank repossesses the asset.
    • 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.
    • Five different credit card companies were suing him, his car was repossessed and the police arrived to arrest him because of his debts.
    • Remember, lenders don't want to bring homeowners to court or repossess their home.
    • Once you've arrived at a figure, you can try to work out a deal with the defaulting party before the property is repossessed.
    • If something prevents you from meeting your payments, your lender can repossess your home and sell it to pay off your debt.
    • Car loans have been restricted by the lack of an effective procedure for recovering delinquent loans or repossessing vehicles from borrowers that default on repayments.
    • According to the Red Cross, ‘We never repossess tents given to victims.’
    • 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.
    • Others in the oil industry have said that oil companies often take a tough stance when trying to repossess their filling stations from licensees.
    • Former Mansa Batteries workers have supported Government plans to repossess the closed company and sell it to other investors.
    • They got a court order to repossess the house and garage.
    • Figures from the UK government showed a rise in court actions to repossess homes, a further sign that rate rises were being felt.
    • He said as soon as the go-ahead was given after the meeting, the council would proceed to repossess the idle plots.
    • If the loan fails the bank will not repossess the goods, they will just chase you for the cash.
    • This also means that, in certain situations, the finance company can repossess the car if you break the contract.