Examples of repossess in a Sentence
The bank repossessed her truck.
if you don't pay off the loan, the bank will come and repossess your car
Recent Examples of repossess from the Web
Sorry to Bother You, which opens in multiple cities July 6, stars Atlanta’s Lakeith Stanfield as Cassius, a young man who takes a job at a telemarketing firm to help save his uncle’s (Terry Crews) house from being repossessed.
The tow truck owner was described as a husband, father, and grandfather who frequently worked with Moczygemba repossessing vehicles.
By 2014, when no other option existed than to repossess his cows, the Bureau of Land Management handed down orders to impound them.
There were no suspects identified and officers did not suspect the vehicle had been repossessed.
The bank said the policies could have contributed to about 27,000 customers having their cars repossessed after defaulting on their loans.
The dispute between the churches and the Israeli authorities also involves proposed legislation aimed at repossessing large tracts of land leased by the Greek Orthodox Church to the Israeli government nearly 70 years ago.
Last year, 20,280 borrowers had their cars repossessed out of 118,431 outstanding title loans, the report said.
What’s more, title lenders repossessed 20,280 cars last year and even more the year before.
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REPOSSESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of repossess for English Language Learners
: to take (something) back from a buyer because payments are not being made
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