Apr 4, 2016 ... To find out what the Statute of Limitations on Judgments is in your state, and what
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After a creditor wins a lawsuit against a debtor and is awarded a judgment by the
court, there is a time limit for collecting that judgment. However, many states ...
Aug 28, 2012 ... Statute of Limitations (SoL) listed by state and type of debt including ... In order to
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Presently there is a Florida statute that limits judgment liens to 20 years,<sup>3</sup> and
there is a Florida statute that limits “actions” on certain judgments to 20 years and
Despite these unimpressive statistics, a highly motivated creditor has legal
authority to enforce a judgment within the statute of limitations. The standard tools
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Oct 14, 2013 ... The statute of limitations is also extended when a plaintiff wins a court order, with
a judgment being good for 10 years, Sallee says.
... (i.e. a judgment is made against you), the statute of limitations is no longer in
Many states allow creditors holding judgment liens against debtor assets to
renew those liens multiple times. With California's judgment lien statute,