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  • Logan Repossession Agent, Repo Agent, Seizure,
    a lease agreement then it may be a seizure of property located on the street However we would note that simple tasks rarely are If property is repossessed it is generally held for a period rental agreements are different then sold at auction This period may be as short as days although generally a month The period may be shortened up upon application to a court Any interest that the person leasing the vehicle car boat truck motorbike machinery etc held in the property expires upon it s auction If the auction fails to recover all monies owed the lessee may still be liable for the difference The cost vary from agreement to agreement but may include the cost of recovery towing etc Commercial agent costs auction costs holding costs and interest Whilst every effort is made to ensure that there is no damage done to property when seizing it some people do unusual things to try and prevent the taking of property they see as theirs This is especially true of vehicles The repossession agent is not liable for damage which lowers the value of the vehicle especially where the person in possession has attempted to resist the taking

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/240512/364945.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Logan Lockout, Property Recovery, Property Seizure,
    the fact that generally entry is gained to the premises and locks changed This is an action to seize or regain control of a domestic or commercial property mine or quarry It must be lawful It is generally the result of a breach of contract failure to pay rent court action failure to reach resolution in a dispute or tactical move during a negotiation It is an area which may be fraught with danger in civil litigation if done incorrectly In some situation the lawful owner does not have as much right as the renter It may also change the dynamics of a situation in unintended ways Some lockouts are a simple process of taking possession and changing locks vacant possession after a tenant has departed other situations may require coordinated action security guards to prevent any attempt at retaking of the property by others or damage to possessions Some events may be highly emotionally charged For business seizures employees may feel threatened by the action of the repossession agent which may again cause the threat of physical violence Where the seizure also involves industrial disputes highly charged members of unions or groups may attempt to cite violence Environmental groups

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/240512/364966.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Sunshine Coast Repossession Agent, Repossessions
    of property located on the street However we would note that simple tasks rarely are If property is repossessed it is generally held for a period rental agreements are different then sold at auction This period may be as short as days although generally a month The period may be shortened up upon application to a court Any interest that the person leasing the vehicle car boat truck motorbike machinery etc held in the property expires upon it s auction If the auction fails to recover all monies owed the lessee may still be liable for the difference The cost vary from agreement to agreement but may include the cost of recovery towing etc Commercial agent costs auction costs holding costs and interest Whilst every effort is made to ensure that there is no damage done to property when seizing it some people do unusual things to try and prevent the taking of property they see as theirs This is especially true of vehicles The repossession agent is not liable for damage which lowers the value of the vehicle especially where the person in possession has attempted to resist the taking of property For machinery subject to seizure people have

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/240512/377587.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Sunshine Coast Lockouts, Property Seizure, Noosa, Maroochydore,
    premises and locks changed This is an action to seize or regain control of a domestic or commercial property mine or quarry It must be lawful It is generally the result of a breach of contract failure to pay rent court action failure to reach resolution in a dispute or tactical move during a negotiation It is an area which may be frought with danger in civil litigation if done incorrectly In some situation the lawful owner does not have as much right as the renter It may also change the dynamics of a situation in unintended ways Some lockouts are a simple process of taking possession and changing locks vacant possession after a tenant has departed Other situations may require coordinated action security guards to prevent any attempt at retaking of the property by others or damage to possessions Some events may be highly emotionally charged For business seizures employee s may feel threatened by the action of the repossession agent which may again cause the threat of physical violence Where the seizure also involves industrial disputes highly charged members of unions or groups may attempt to cite violence Environmental groups or true patriots to a cause may also

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/240512/377608.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Maryborough Repossession Agent, Property Seizure, Lockout
    then it may be a seizure of property located on the street However we would note that simple tasks rarely are If property is repossessed it is generally held for a period rental agreements are different then sold at auction This period may be as short as days although generally a month The period may be shortened up upon application to a court Any interest that the person leasing the vehicle car boat truck motorbike machinery etc held in the property expires upon it s auction If the auction fails to recover all monies owed the lessee may still be liable for the difference The cost vary from agreement to agreement but may include the cost of recovery towing etc Commercial agent costs auction costs holding costs and interest Whilst every effort is made to ensure that there is no damage done to property when seizing it some people do unusual things to try and prevent the taking of property they see as theirs This is especially true of vehicles The repossession agent is not liable for damage which lowers the value of the vehicle especially where the person in possession has attempted to resist the taking of property For

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/240512/369045.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Repossession Agent Hervey Bay, Pialba, Repo
    tasks rarely are If property is repossessed it is generally held for a period rental agreements are different then sold at auction This period may be as short as days although generally a month The period may be shortened up upon application to a court Any interest that the person leasing the vehicle car boat truck motorbike machinery etc held in the property expires upon it s auction If the auction fails to recover all monies owed the lessee may still be liable for the difference The cost vary from agreement to agreement but may include the cost of recovery towing etc Commercial agent costs auction costs holding costs and interest Repossessions may from time to time be the taking back of company property or recovery from a person who no longer holds permission to exercise control over that property Whilst every effort is made to ensure that there is no damage done to property when seizing it some people do unusual things to try and prevent the taking of property they see as theirs This is especially true of vehicles The repossession agent is not liable for damage which lowers the value of the vehicle especially where the person

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/240512/377566.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Hervey Bay, Scarness, Point Vernon, Lockouts and Property Repossession
    entry is gained to the premises and locks changed This is an action to seize or regain control of a domestic or commercial property mine or quarry It must be lawful It is generally the result of a breach of contract failure to pay rent court action failure to reach resolution in a dispute or tactical move during a negotiation It is an area which may be fraught with danger in civil litigation if done incorrectly In some situation the lawful owner does not have as much right as the renter It may also change the dynamics of a situation in unintended ways Some lockouts are a simple process of taking possession and changing locks vacant possession after a tenant has departed other situations may require coordinated action security guards to prevent any attempt at retaking of the property by others or damage to possessions Some events may be highly emotionally charged For business seizures employees may feel threatened by the action of the repossession agent which may again cause the threat of physical violence Where the seizure also involves industrial disputes highly charged members of unions or groups may attempt to cite violence Environmental groups or true patriots to

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/240512/379345.html (2014-01-05)
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  • Gympie Repossession Agent, Repo
    agreement then it may be a seizure of property located on the street However we would note that simple tasks rarely are If property is repossessed it is generally held for a period rental agreements are different then sold at auction This period may be as short as days although generally a month The period may be shortened up upon application to a court Any interest that the person leasing the vehicle car boat truck motorbike machinery etc held in the property expires upon it s auction If the auction fails to recover all monies owed the lessee may still be liable for the difference The cost vary from agreement to agreement but may include the cost of recovery towing etc Commercial agent costs auction costs holding costs and interest Whilst every effort is made to ensure that there is no damage done to property when seizing it some people do unusual things to try and prevent the taking of property they see as theirs This is especially true of vehicles The repossession agent is not liable for damage which lowers the value of the vehicle especially where the person in possession has attempted to resist the taking of property

    Original URL path: http://securityandinvestigation.com.au/240512/377629.html (2014-01-05)
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