Jul 9, 2015 ... Learn how to respond so judgments don't nag you for several years. ... spent
some cash to get the judgment, chances are they won't just let it expire. .... I do
not want to file for bankruptcy, I do not want to be in credit hell for ...
But creditors can renew judgments, so you may be on the hook for a long time. ...
Usually, judgments are valid for several years before they expire or “lapse. ... A
judgment may also lapse if the creditor does not do anything to execute on that ...
The judgement was never renewed and as far as I can tell the staute of .... what
effect this judgment may have, what the creditor may do now, ...
I. EXPIRATION OF ARIZONA JUDGMENTS. In Arizona, a judgment is initially
effective for five (5) years from the date of its entry by the Clerk of the Court.
Monetary judgments expire if not renewed every five (5) years. ... general
informational purposes and do not constitute legal advice, nor create an attorney-
Jan 31, 2013 ... My question involves judgment recovery in the State of:Virginia I was ordered to
pay a $10,000 judgement, I was unable to do this and it was ...
Money judgments automatically expire (run out) after 10 years. To prevent this
from happening, you (as the judgment creditor) must file a request for renewal of
Jul 31, 2005 ... Florida judgments are effective for 20 years. ... caller had found by his own
research that judgement liens expire in 10 years, ... What to Do Next.
If it expires, can they come back and do the Writ after the expiration ? ... Ok , but in
PA they get to renew the judgement for another 5 years, so my three questions ...
Aug 21, 2012 ... Civil judgement expiration Find answers to this and many other questions on ... In
this situation what I would normally do is re-pullk credit at the ...