California Association of Licensed Repossessors

REPOSSESS In 1961 The California Association of Licensed Repossessors (CALR) was incorporated.  CALR is composed of men and women who are dedicated to improving the Collateral Recovery Industry. Our purpose is to strengthen understanding between licensees, law enforcement, financial institutions, regulatory agencies and the consumer. We provide our members continuing education in the fields of public relations, business principles and professionalism in the Collateral Recovery Industry.
CALR is pro-active in introducing and passing legislation in California.  We are the largest and oldest state repossession trade association in the US.  Many states look to California for guidance in enacting and passing legislation in their individual states including a leading platform for other states to enact recovery agency licensing.

Please visit the "NEWS" page for some of the more important laws passed in California that help the repossessor in the field effectively gain and retain possession of the collateral.  Our second generation lobbyist, Jerry Desmond, of Desmond and Desmond located in Sacramento and our CALR legislative liason Joe Collins, worked together successfully to get these laws passed.

REPOSSESSION AGENCY or RELATED INDUSTRY: In California and throughout the United States, we encourage you to join CALR and receive the same benefits that are offered to our members.   Receive up to date information regarding your industry.  Attend any or all of the many client seminars and conventions held throughout the year.

FINANCIAL INSTITUTION PROFESSIONAL: We offer up to date information concerning:

(1) Repossession laws, rules and regulations in California.
(2) A Question and Answer (Q&A) Section to increase your knowledge of the repossession field.
(3) A current directory of our membership.

LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSON OR AGENCY: Click the "PD" link at the top of the page for:
(1) Current laws, rules and regulations affecting repossessions.
(2) A Question and Answer (Q&A) column relating to repossession laws.
(3) A directory of our membership.

CONSUMER: Access the "BSIS" link at the top of the page.  Here you can download and view the "Consumer's Guide to Repossession Practices" a publication by the State of California, Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (BSIS) who regulate the repossession industry.

If you have any questions or comments please contact us. We would love to hear from you!

Marcelle Egley

CALR President
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