You're asking "what are my contract rights?" and no one on Avvo knows what exact language is in the particular document you've signed. But you do, you should've read and it and understood it before you signed it, but if you didn't, read it now. See what it says about breach, and default, and repossession and dispute resolution, and remedies. Or see a lawyer for help.
Avvo is for general questions, like "are oral contract enforceable?" It's not for specific questions about any particular contract that no one's had the the opportunity to see, since that would require review of documents and discussions of individualized factual situations.
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