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Good Morning Everyone,

 

I just realized that the original creditors for my judgement are no longer listed. I know that in NJ the SOL for judgement a max of 14 years from original delinquent date but if my original creditor is no longer listed, how do i find this our? Do i go by the date of filing?

 

Really need some help with this- I've been fighting to get this removed.

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