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A DC is sueing me but the SOL has ran out where I got the card what do i need to bring to court to prove that? In the site you mentioned a copy of my credit report and a certified letter stating that sol has ran out, where do i get that from? Please help

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some help since the admin is out...

I went to www.firstgov.com, did a search in my state on "statute of limitations" and within about 5 minutes I found this quote from Title 34 of the state code:

IC 34-11-2-7

Sec. 7. The following actions must be commenced within six (6) years after the cause of action accrues:

(1) Actions on accounts and contracts not in writing.

(2) Actions for use, rents, and profits of real property.

(3) Actions for injuries to property other than personal property, damages for detention of personal property and for recovering possession of personal property.

(4) Actions for relief against frauds.

As added by P.L.1-1998, SEC.6.

I could be wrong but I would think that a credit card falls under the category of "account not in writing," making the limitation in my state 6 years.

you could try a search there for your state and see what you come up with. if you come into court waving the state code on SOL, that should be more than enough ammo


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