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Can you be sued if it has been turned over to other companies
I just was served papers on a Van I brought and had to give it back, due to financial problems. The 1st was citi, then sanderson, then someone else and then again to someone else. Can then still sued me when it was charged off..

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Yes you can still be sued. You should go to any court dates or you will automatically lose your case. Do a Google search to find out what the "Statute of Limitations to be sued for debt" is in your state. Even if the debt is beyond the SOL for your state you will still need to appear in court. Also, make sure that the paperwork you got is legit as many debt collectors will try to scare you into paying with fake court papers. You can contact the courthouse and find out if they have a case for you. If you find any funny business going on from the debt collector contact an attorney that handles FDCPA cases. Do some reading on the FDCPA (fair debt collection practices act).

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