Long Beach, CA asked in Contracts for California

Q: I co-signed a carlease and the person who drives it has missed a payment. Can I take the car away from them?

I go-signed on a lease to help a friend. They have been driving it for one year and I was just notified on my credit that they missed a payment. Can I go take the car the continue the payments

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Aaron Michael Lloyd
Aaron Michael Lloyd
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  • San Bernardino, CA
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A: Who is the vehicle registered to? Do you want out of the lease entirely or do you want to stay on the lease and just get them to make the payments on time? I would suggest to schedule a phone consultation in order to discuss this further and examine your best options.

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