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I had a preliminary title search done on my house in San Francisco. I found a judgement for Midland for about $9043. I had never been notified. I had never heard of this. It is not on my credit report. I called Midland and it turns out to be a credit card that had been charged off in 2010. On the charge off statement on Midland's website the total due was approx. $7000.  The judgement was on October 2, 2018. Does anyone know if there is a statute of limitations? Is there anything I can do about this?

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38 minutes ago, Veron Icon said:

The judgement was on October 2, 2018. Does anyone know if there is a statute of limitations? Is there anything I can do about this?

You need copies of EVERYTHING in the case file including how/when you were supposedly served notice of this suit.  Where the hearing was and what court.  My guess is Midland used sewer service and now has been caught.  If you can show the court you were never served you can have the judgment vacated forcing Midland to start over if they even can since CA has a short SOL of 4 years.

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