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Answered 15 hours ago by Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
You owe what you owe at the interest rate contracted for unfortunatey. Giving the car back does nothing to stop the accrual of interest on a debt you havent paid off.
Answered 5 days ago by Michael D. Siegel
You need to make a motion in the court that entered the judgment. Depending on the court, I charge $800 for such a motion.
Answered 1 week ago by Mark Tischhauser, Esq.
If you have a lawyer you need to address this with them.
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