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Here's one I haven't seen yet....

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Here's one I haven't seen yet....

Last night I was served with papers: Maryland Central Collections Unit is seeking a Judgement against me for a Payment out of the Maryland Home Improvement Fund July 10th 2001.  In the process of attempting to collect the debt they filed a lien against my fathers house (who has nothing to do with it) because we have the same name they thought he was me.  Upon finding this last year when re-financing the home he obviously had it removed.  I guess it took them over a year to look up my address and file for a judgement against me.
 
This is the first court action, no judgements have been entered.  I meet with a lawyer today after work and will find out where my standings are.  Maryland statute of limitations is 3 years, not sure if it applies to State Agencies, or Business Law.  Smiley Happy  Good thing I got my UT down so low, gonna need the room to pay for this darn Lawyer!


Message Edited by George2037 on 08-24-2007 07:16 AM
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Re: Here's one I haven't seen yet....



George2037 wrote:
Last night I was served with papers: Maryland Central Collections Unit is


Funny... I see it twice here.
 
LOLOLOL
 
Rob


Message Edited by FICO_Focused on 08-24-2007 10:20 AM
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Re: Here's one I haven't seen yet....


George2037 wrote:
Last night I was served with papers: Maryland Central Collections Unit is


Funny... I see it twice here.
 
LOLOLOL
 
Rob

 

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Re: Here's one I haven't seen yet....

Isn't the Maryland Home Improvement Fund when you, the contractor, contract to do some work with a person and then they sue the contractor later for failure to perform or failure to reimburse money?