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Collections after 9 1/2 years!

A:  You are wise to be not convinced. Any attorney who tell somebody that on the phone without checking things out is an idiot. First thing you need to do is find out for sure if there was a lawsuit and a judgment. If there was a judgment it could be enforceable for 6 years and renewable. If there was a judgment and it was renewed then there's plenty of unpleasant things that the creditor can still do to collect. You'll find out when you look at the court file. If he is still living in the same county where he was divorced and where the car got repo'd, you should find the lawsuit at your local court, either small claims or the next higher

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Can my ex obtain a court order preventing me from taking my daughter..?

A:  He can''t just ''get a court order'' to do something. court orders are determined at a hearing, where a judge decides if a court order is necessary. The subject of the order has a right to be present at the hearing and present evidence. As your daughter''s guardian, that right belongs to you. If he has no visitation rights and no relationship with you or his daughter, I reckon he''d have a hard time getting an order like that in place. But talk to a lawyer to be sure, as always. You can get free legal advice in Australia through Legal Aid. In NSW, do this over the...

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How many years does the court have to prosecute you before the charge is dropped?

A:  Please see the information at the following links: http://definitions.uslegal.com/s/statute-of-limitations/ http://definitions.uslegal.com/f/forgery/ http://www.scstatehouse.net/CODE/t15c003.htm...

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If the statute of limitations expires on a private student loan and it is not paid, will that prevent me from applying for federal student loans?

A:  When most people think of “student loans,” they generally think of those loans which are insured by the federal Department of Education, and which are heavily regulated by federal law. However, many banks and other financial institutions offer students private loans, which are not federally insured, to help them pay education costs that exceed the amount of their federally insured student loans. These private student loans are basically unsecured personal loans; the only difference is that they are generally not dischargeable in bankruptcy. Federal student loans define a default as occurring after 270 days of non-payment. Private student loans are in default after 120. statute...

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what is the statue of limitations on Pc 508 / 487 A ?

A:  A violation of Penal Code sectionn 508 is embezzlement. However, determining the statute of limitations depends on the punishment, as that would classify it as a misdemeanor or a felony. You do not state what was embezzled or how much, which is necessary to answer your question because the punishment for embezzlement is punished in the same manner as the theft. (Pen. Code, sect. 514.) Additionally, if the underlying theft is considered a wobbler, the answer will also depend on how the prosecutor is charging it. Second, it is not clear as to whether you refer to Penal Code section 487 subdivision (a) which is grand theft of real or personal property exceeding $400, or Penal Code section 487a, which is felonious stealing of an animal''s...

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What Is The Statue Of limitations For California Penal Code?

A:  There are different SOL for different crimes, and these all vary from state to state. There are several crimes that involve stealing. It is likely, however, that whatever potential charge there was, the SOL has expired two to five years after the event. Check the code for specifics....

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In the state of California what is the statue of limitations for a gun charge? The charges were never filed but i was arrested for it.

A:  It depends on the charge. If it was a misdemeanor, the charges have to be filed within a year of your arrest. If it was a felony, or a ''wobbler'' that can be filed as a misdemeanor or a felony, the statute of limitations is at least three years -- possibly more, depending on the specific charge....

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What is the statues of limitations on fraud?

A:  What state are you looking for?...

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What Is The Statue Of limitations For Apartment Debt?

A:  The landlord or property manager will pursue collection and probably for a judgment. The account may be sold to collections for additional efforts to collect. The SOL for debt varies from one state to another. It runs anywhere from two to fifteen years. ''Scavenger collectors'' are the ones who call on really old debt. Check your state laws....

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What Is The Statue Of limitations For Credit Cards In Florida?

A:  With regard to debt, the SOL covers only lawsuits. Collection efforts and credit reporting may continue indefinitely after the SOL expires. Often, the calls will drop off for SOL expired accounts. Third party collectors can be served a ''cease and desist'' order per the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act....