Friday, April 07, 2006

Even though this case is really about summary judgment, I'm going to file it under Creditors and Debtors, cause this debtor deserves some attention for his creativity.

Granite Credit Union v. Remick, 2006 UT App 115

Remick got a loan from Granite secured by a 1997 Plymouth Voyager. When the loan became delinquent, Granite tried to repossess it. Before Granite could find the van, Remick had his towing company impound the van. He then sent Granite a bill for $1682 for towing costs and storage.

Granite ultimately prevailed on a summary judgment motion becuase Remick failed to comply with Utah Code Ann. ยง 72-9-603 (Supp. 2005).


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