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Mar 29, 2013 ... You can have the judgment removed in one of two ways, according to Hargrave. You can determine who the plaintiff was in the lawsuit against ...


Sep 9, 2014 ... If you have a judgment filed against you, the “winner” of the ... action lawsuit has been filed against some of the credit bureaus for not removing ...


Mar 30, 2017 ... So you can see why removing a judgment from your report is a big deal ... It all started by someone filing a lawsuit against you for the debt.


It is a debt you owe through the courts due to a lawsuit. If someone sues you for money and you lose, the judgment against you may appear on your credit report.


Apr 20, 2017 ... It's a scary prospect: a creditor securing a judgment against you — which is probably ... A debt collector that threatens to get a judgment against you or to garnish your .... I am not clear what you are trying to accomplish here.


Jan 15, 2014 ... In order to vacate a judgment in California, You must file a motion with the court ... years from the date the judgment was entered against you to make the motion. ... For example, do not make payments unless you have a clear ...


May 17, 2017 ... Perhaps you received a judgment from a lawsuit concerning old debt .... you lose your case in court, a civil judgment will be issued against you.


Oct 13, 2014 ... This means that a court has found against you and your debt is a matter of ... at Lexington Law, is a little more bullish on removing judgments.


Removing a judgment from your credit reports; Dismissing/disputing a judgment ... By placing a judgment against you the creditor can continue to monitor your ...