Legal Question in Bankruptcy in North Carolina


how does a judgement stay on your credit report, it was on a car loan

Asked on 9/09/07, 6:22 pm

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Craig Lane Craig Lane Law
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Re: judgements

In North Carolina, a judgment remains on your credit report for 10 years. In a bankruptcy, it is possible to get rid of a judgment. Yous should talk to a qualified bankruptcy attorney for details.

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Answered on 9/09/07, 7:51 pm

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