Mumof1 Posted September 2, 2021 Report Share Posted September 2, 2021 Thanks to all who've helped me on another thread. (Especially BV80 and others!) Now a "head-scratcher." (At least for me.) If the debt on a cc is no longer collectible, because of the statute of limitations has passed, is there anything in that original cc agreement that survives beyond the SOL? Specifically, I'm asking about the requirement not to sue the OC. Does the law means that if the agreement stated we cannot sue an OC, does that means we can never sue an OC? Despite the SOL? Thanks so much for the wise people here. Blessings, Mumof1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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