04-23-2013 03:09 PM - edited 04-23-2013 05:53 PM
Seven years from the date of last activity.
Public Records remain on the report for:
Judgments - 7 years from date filed
Bankruptcy Chapter 7 - 10 years from date filed
Bankruptcy Chapter 13 - 7 years from date filed
04-23-2013 03:11 PM
Depends on what type of negative.
COs and collections stay for 7.5 years from the DoFD.
Judgments, paid or unpaid from date filed.
Tax liens, paid, 7 years from date paid. Indefinitely for unpaid.
Late payments, 7 years from date of occurence.
04-23-2013 03:31 PM
04-23-2013 03:47 PM
Date of last payment doesn't have anything to do with when an item is removed.
Kind of splitting hairs there. If your DOLA was a payment, then? Technically that would be your date of last activity, correct?
04-23-2013 03:59 PM
No, it isn't really splitting hairs. Nothing comes off from the DOLA, it is the DoFD and that is the date of first delinquency.
Now DOLA would have something to do with your states suing SOL.
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