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All the letters I've sent so far aren't getting these guys off my back and according to the Uniform Commercial Code the SOL is 4 years per UCC section 9 regarding collecting a deficiency from a repossession.

Is this 4 year SOL true for a repo deficiency?

I have almost $80,000 at stake as I am building a home for the past year that has appreciated like crazy near Gulf of Mexico and I won't be able to close with any negatives on CRA's. Right now the wife's credit scores are high mid score is 769 and this is her old repo from April 2000.

I wonder if I can hire an attorney to help me in Florida, this repo was in TN.

Thanks.

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Hold on a minute. There is a difference between a SOL for a deficency and the reporting period for negative info.

For a deficency, you may have 4 years if that is what state law says. For the reporting period, it is 7 years. There is a chance they could be out of SOL, but could be reporting it. I would try to PFD.

Is the debt substantial?

Any chance on finding a new lender?

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Is this 4 year SOL true for a repo deficiency?

Yes, provided that all documentation was sent to you as required by law.

Somewhere I have some info on an attorney that practices in FL that can probably help you. I can't find it here, have to look for it at home and post it later.

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Is this 4 year SOL true for a repo deficiency?

Yes, provided that all documentation was sent to you as required by law.

Somewhere I have some info on an attorney that practices in FL that can probably help you. I can't find it here, have to look for it at home and post it later.

YESSSS!!!!! and thanks.

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Hold on a minute. There is a difference between a SOL for a deficency and the reporting period for negative info.

For a deficency, you may have 4 years if that is what state law says. For the reporting period, it is 7 years. There is a chance they could be out of SOL, but could be reporting it. I would try to PFD.

Is the debt substantial?

Any chance on finding a new lender?

they can report this until 5-2007, DOLA was 5-2000, they are not reporting yet.

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Is this 4 year SOL true for a repo deficiency?

Yes, provided that all documentation was sent to you as required by law.

Somewhere I have some info on an attorney that practices in FL that can probably help you. I can't find it here, have to look for it at home and post it later.

did you find it??? thanks.

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