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  1. So I have done a lot of reading, to include state statutes, and can't seem to find an answer to my question. for Arizona regarding repossession, Administrative code 17, chapter 5 section 407, it states "A lienholder may sell a repossessed vehicle" but nowhere states that it must be resold. DriveTime repossessed my vehicle through a voluntary repossession but I never received a notice of sale and according to the law since I payed over $500 there would have to be a public notice of resale right? The amount reported on my cr's are identical to the amount owed at the time of repossession, not a dime more or less. This happened back in 2010 and I don't know how to see if they resold it. Any and all info/feedback is appreciated as always

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