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 ...
That's because debt collectors have a limited number of years — known as the
statute of limitations — to sue you to collect. After that, your unpaid debts are ...
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 ...
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
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 ...
Aug 4, 2014 ... The statute of limitations dictates when a creditor can sue you for ... The statute of
limitations wasn't designed for debt, which is why the laws ...
Jul 23, 2014 ... But one thing I didn't know was that debt can have an expiration date. The name
of this expiration date is a statute of limitations. The statute of ...
Feb 16, 2016 ... The Pennsylvania Statute of Limitations on debt is 4 years and applies to most
consumer debts and contracts, such as credit cards, personal ...