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Maine Repossession Services

We have repossessors located in the following cities:

Portland, Maine
Lewiston, Maine
Bangor, Maine
Auburn, Maine
Brunswick, Maine

Our drivers will travel up to 250 miles. If you need a repo in a city not listed, we have a driver that will cover it.

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Maine Counties covered- Androscoggin County, Aroostook County, Cumberland County, Franklin County, Hancock County, Kennebec County, Knox County, Lincoln County, Oxford County, Penobscot County, Piscataquis County, Sagadahoc County, Somerset County, Waldo County, Washington County, York County

Maine Cities covered - Auburn Augusta Bangor Bar Harbor Bath Belfast Bethel Biddeford Brewer Brunswick Calais Camden Caribou Damariscotta Ellsworth Falmouth Farmington Fort Kent Freeport Gardiner Gorham Gray Hampden Houlton Kennebunk Kennebunkport Kittery Lewiston Norway Old Orchard Beach Orono Portland Presque Isle Rockland Saco Sanford Scarborough Skowhegan South Portland Waterville Wells Westbrook Windham Winthrop Yarmouth York

Maine title, and repossession requirements:

Title State: License and Registration information refer to: Maine Motor Vehicle Division, State House, Station 29, Title Section, Augusta, Maine 04333

Recording: Recorded with Clerk of municipality in which debtor lives; or if non-resident, where property is at time of sale. Uniform Commercial Code adopted December, 1964. Recorded with Secretary of State for 1975 models on.

Recovery: Recovery agents are licensed by the State. Recovery must be made under the Right to Cure law, giving a debtor a 20 day notice prior to repossession. The right to cure law is not invoked if the debtor does not carry the required insurance or if the debtor has fled the contractual state.

Redemption: Ten day redemption.

Deficiency: Judgment notes are valid and no statutory provisions resulting in force so assumption is that deficiency is enforceable if permitted by lien instrument.

Special Motor Vehicle Provisions: None.

Documents Required to Transfer Ownership of Motor Vehicle: For 1974 and older models: License registration certificate in lien holder's name. Certified copy of lien instrument, certified copy of contract, notarized Bill of Sale and Power of Attorney. For 1975 and newer models: Certificate of Title and supporting documents.

PLATES: Plates remain with owner and may be transferred to another vehicle.