If I have a written contract with some one for a car and I’m paying it and I get a sum of money from my insurance can they leagally take that money?
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Insurance Question from Denver, CO
Asked on 02/22/2012
If I have a written contract with some one for a car and I’m paying it and I get a sum of money from my insurance can they leagally take that money? I got in an accident and the insurance totaled my car but I bought it back for $2,088. the car has a lean on it. I have a written contract with the lean holder for 100 every two weeks and its paid on time every time and since there is a lean his name is on the check he wouldn't't sign it because he said the paint job is crappy and now he says **** sign it if he gets the amount left over after paying the mechanic.
Answer given on February 23, 2012
this is not an insurance question – ask a lawyer
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