Can there be a Notice of Renewal of Judgement

Discussion in 'Judgement Enforcement & Collection' started by OrangeK1977, Mar 13, 2012.

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  1. OrangeK1977

    OrangeK1977 New Member

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    I had an auto loan charged off in 2000 followed with a judgement in 2002 for only $3912.
    being very young I opposed the idea of having to pay for a vehicle (which I got at a small hole in the wall, no name used car lot) that did not last me no longer than 6 months. Which then I surrendered to a volunteer repo. Now 2012 I received a Notice of renewal of judgement for this account.

    Is this legally fair/feasible?
     
  2. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    Yes, judgments can be renewed, thereby keeping them enforceable by the holder of said judgment.

    The renewal period varies by state and ranges anywhere from a couple years to every 10 years.

    Google "renewal of judgment YOUR STATE" for specifics on renewing judgments and their enforceability in YOUR STATE.
     
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