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Can I file a Class Aciton For My Wrongful Repossession?

Class Actions are an Option Repossession and Class Actions

Most finance companies deal with consumers on a standardized basis with regard to post- and pre-sale repossession notices, repossession companies and procedures with regard to the return of monies, accounting on transactions and other specific details. It is imperative that these large finance companies have set processes for dealing with consumers, since they potentially finance and repossess thousands of automobiles. This is why a wrongful repossession claim, specifically a notice of claim, is very well suited for class actions. The requirements for class actions, such as typicality and commonality, are easily satisfied when the finance company uses these significantly similar methods for handling and processing each and every transaction. This is why class actions are very well suited to deal with these types of claims.