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01-28-2013 05:41 PM
I have 2 paid judgements that I want remove so bad! I just talked to the county clerk and just flat out laughed at me asking about getting the judgement vacate. Is a judgment possible to get remove?
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01-29-2013 09:02 AM - edited 01-29-2013 09:13 AM
You need to understand that in California, for example, the reporting date is 10 years from the date the judgement is SATISFIED. One option is to save/borrow a significant chuck of the judgement amount (think 65-75%) and offer a lump payment in exchange to vacate. This saves them the trouble of filing liens on tax returns or property and saves the trouble of them issuing wage garnishments. It MUST get paid tho
The reporting time is 7 years from date filed. The SOL to collect under California law is 10 years, which can be renewed for another 10 years.
What the FCRA says is 7 years or the governing SOL. However, I have never seen one stay past the 7 years. Even the CRAs will tell you 7 years.
The only thing that can and will stay longer is a Tax Lien and that stays 7 years from the date paid/satisfied.