Humble, TX asked in Business Law, Consumer Law and Contracts for Texas

Q: Can I sue for posession of titles if a lease agreement is predatory.

I have several leases for Semi trucks thru a company called Drivenow. I purchased them for a certain amount of years and a certain price. I have been paying some of these for way longer then the term of the loan and the balance seems to never come down. Now after paying for these trucks for longer then the lease term. I am behind 2 months. And they are wanting to repo them. Can I sue for possession. if the lease terms and rate is predatory? They redid a lease one of of the trucks in order to lower the payments. And instead of using the price paid already. They just restarted everything all over again.

1 Lawyer Answer
Jaime Victor Papa
Jaime Victor Papa
  • Plano, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: You may have a claim here. I need to read your contracts, see your rate, and review your payment records.

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