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SOL Question

If I have an apartment complex claiming that I owe them money from when I moved out, what is the SOL on this debt?  I'm in Nebraska.
 
It lists:
 
Written   5 Years
Oral        4 Years
Promissory     6 Years
Open      4 Years.
 
I assume this would fall into the Written.  Is that correct?
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Re: SOL Question

Yes, because you signed a lease.
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Re: SOL Question

Thanks, that's what I thought.  I just wanted to make sure.
 
On a better note, I had a collection from them on TU and EXP but not EQ.
 
I disputed them through the CRA, because I didn't think I owed anything, and they were both removed yesterday and today.  Small victories!!!
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Re: SOL Question

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