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Asked on: 3/29/12, 12:29 pm

A judge ruled against me in a credit card case. I found out afterwards that because of the statute of limitations had past it was a "time-barred" debt which is not legal for the plantif to sue for in court. What can I do to fight the ruling?

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Answered on: 3/29/12, 12:34 pm by Timothy Klisz

If you didn't bring up the statute of limitations argument, it is waived and the judgment is valid.


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