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Q: How do I remove a judgment from my credit report? A: Contact the credit reporting company to determine what is required to remove a judgment from your credit report. Generally, a Warrant to Satisfy Judgment is filed with the Superior Court Clerk to close the judgment when the judgment is paid.
Judgments in New Jersey remain in effect for 20 years and may be renewed for an additional 20 years by filing a motion in the Superior Court, Law Division, Civil Part and/or in the Special Civil Part if the Special Civil Part case was assigned a DJ or J docket number.
Statute of Limitations in New Jersey The statute of limitations on credit card debt and most other debt in New Jersey is six years (its four years for auto loans). That means that the debt collector has that amount of time to file a lawsuit.
Statute of Limitations in New Jersey The statute of limitations on credit card debt and most other debt in New Jersey is six years (its four years for auto loans). That means that the debt collector has that amount of time to file a lawsuit.
To search for the status of a judgment or verify that a judgment has been satisfied, visit the New Jersey Courts website.
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To search for the status of a judgment or verify that a judgment has been satisfied, visit the New Jersey Courts website.
Q: How do I remove a judgment from my credit report? A: Contact the credit reporting company to determine what is required to remove a judgment from your credit report. Generally, a Warrant to Satisfy Judgment is filed with the Superior Court Clerk to close the judgment when the judgment is paid.
And some states also allow judgment liens on the debtors personal property -- things like jewelry, art, antiques, and other valuables. In New Jersey, a judgment lien can be attached to real estate only (not personal property).
Judgments in New Jersey remain in effect for 20 years and may be renewed for an additional 20 years by filing a motion in the Superior Court, Law Division, Civil Part and/or in the Special Civil Part if the Special Civil Part case was assigned a DJ or J docket number.
Statute of Limitations in New Jersey The statute of limitations on credit card debt and most other debt in New Jersey is six years (its four years for auto loans).

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