Q: If I sold my camper to my brother-in-law and he has not made the payments in 2 months can I repossess it?
A: Only if you retained a security interest in the camper at the time of sale.
A: n most cases, you will need to provide written notice to your brother-in-law, notifying him of the default and giving him an opportunity to make the overdue payments within a specified period. If this fails to resolve the issue, you may need to pursue legal procedures, such as filing a replevin action in court, to recover the camper.
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