My fiance and I split up, and he has the car. Not sure that he will be able to make the payments, which would put me liable for the loan. I keyed the car during an argument. I am the lead cosigner, he is the secondary. Is he able to sue me for the damage that I made to the car even though I am the lead on the cosigned loan?
Sure he can. That was an intentional act. I don't believe you can even discharge that one in bankruptcy (google exceptions to bankruptcy discharge).
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