Find the statutes of limitations for every state on old and delinquent debt using
the chart on Bankrate.com. Once a debt passes beyond the statute of limitation in
If the statute of limitations (the time period in which a creditor must sue you) has
run on an old credit card debt, a collection agency can still contact you and ask ...
California has a statute of limitations of four years for all debts except those made
with oral contracts. For oral contracts, the statute of limitations is two years.
Most states have debt collection periods of 3-6 years after the first missed
payment, though some have statutes of limitation as long as 10 years. After that
Jun 26, 2016 ... The statute of limitations on a debt keeps debt collectors from winning a lawsuit. It
varies by state & depends on the account's last date of ...
Jul 12, 2016 ... The statute of limitations is a rule that sets a time limit within which a creditor may
sue you for payment of a debt. The length of time that a ...
A statute of limitations is the limited period of time creditors or debt collectors
have to file a lawsuit to recover a debt.
Jul 31, 2010 ... Collecting old consumer debts has become a labyrinthine industry involving
buyers of secondhand debt, muddled statutes of limitation, lawsuits ...
Feb 6, 2012 ... Here's the tricky part: All states have statutes of limitation on how long you can be
sued to collect a debt. And after seven years, unpaid debts ...
Jun 30, 2016 ... Each state has its own statute of limitations on debt - the amount of time you can
be sued for a debt - that can help you decide whether to make ...