Holding on for Dear Life: Do You Really have a Possessory Lien?

In the tow business, it is common for companies to refuse to release vehicles until the full bill for towing and storage has been paid. Although this is rarely discussed, the legal basis behind a company’s refusal to release a vehicle centers on whether or not the tow company has a possessory lien. Stated another way, generally, it is unlawful to retain someone’s property without some legal basis.
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By |2017-04-07T12:52:55+00:00May 7th, 2016|Vehicle Impounding & Liens|4 Comments

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Nick Porto is the co-founder of TowLawyer. TowLawyer is the one-stop shop where you’ll find legal resources and answers to your towing and recovery legal questions and concerns.

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