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Court Judgments and Their Credit Score Implications | Credit Karma

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Aug 25, 2014 ... Will Civil Judgments Be Reflected On My Credit Report? ... Paying off a civil judgment on time will likely still be beneficial to your credit health, ...

How to Pay Off Judgments - Budgeting Money

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Be proactive in this situation and pay off judgments to protect your credit rating from further ... The clerk of court will process the request and submit it to the judgment creditor. ... Does Auto Insurance Cover Me When I First Buy a New Car ?

When Will Judgment Disappear From Credit Report? | Bankrate.com

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Jul 9, 2015 ... Judgments for old debts can still haunt you after they drop off your credit report. ... over many parts of your life, from getting a job to buying insurance. ... to renew the judgment if it is not paid during the initial 10-year period.

I Found a Judgment on My Credit Report. Now What? | Credit.com

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Mar 31, 2015 ... Can a Judgment Be Enforced If You've Been Paying? ... Your contract may require that you pay off the entire balance you owe at ..... I had a judgement on 02 /20/2014 and it was paid on 05/19/2014 by my then car insurance.

Collecting Your Injury Settlement Money or Judgement - AllLaw.com

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After settling an injury case, your lawyer will simply wait for the settlement ... Liens must be paid off before the plaintiff can receive anything from the settlement. ... Lawyers rarely take cases against people with no insurance, and even more ...

How Can I Get a Mortgage with a Judgment on My Credit? | Home ...

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Document the payoff and release of the judgment. Keep all the ... the home. The title insurance company will search for judgments through the county databases.

How to Get a Judgment off Your Credit Report: Personal Finance ...

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Oct 13, 2014 ... One of the main things people will do to get a judgment taken off of their credit report is pay it. Sometimes this is done under a “pay for removal” ...

Looking at a Lawsuit? Check Your Insurance - NYTimes.com

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Jan 19, 1997 ... According to Time magazine, he may be letting his insurer off the hook for paying any judgment, in return for a guarantee: even if he loses the ...

Changes to FHA Loan Rules on Collections and Judgments

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Also, "FHA does not require that collection accounts be paid off as a condition ... be paid off before the mortgage loan is eligible for FHA insurance endorsement.

Settlements vs. Judgments in Malpractice Lawsuits: What's the ...

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Apr 25, 2014 ... If the lawsuit is dropped, you will only be responsible for paying your attorney's ... If you don't have Malpractice / Errors & Omissions Insurance and you ... If you pay off the judgment that you owe, the creditor (i.e., the winning ...

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How Creditors Enforce Judgments | Nolo.com

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Learn about the many ways creditors can collect on judgments. ... mandated deductions, such as withheld income taxes and unemployment insurance. ... the lien would appear, and you'd have to pay off the judgment creditor before selling.

Can a Judgment Be Removed From My Credit Report?

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How can I get a judgement removed off my account if I pay the balance in full? ..... It was filed march 7 2012 and paid march 22 2012 by my insurance company.

How Long Does a Judgement Stay on Your Credit Report and How ...

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Sep 9, 2014 ... You can pay the judgment. You can attempt to negotiate a settlement for the judgment amount. You can file bankruptcy and discharge the ...