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SOL for judgements


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Posted by Marcy (68.102.106.242) on November 11, 2002 at 17:20:20:

I still don't totally understand this...in Kansas the SOL for judgements is 5 years. What does that mean exactly? Does the creditor have only 5 years to begin collecting, or to collect the whole thing? Do they have to file an extension before the 5 years is up? And also, if lets say, the collector sat on it for four years, then in the fifth year, files a motion to garnish wages, you get them to withdraw that with a payment plan, but you don't sign anything, when the five years from the judgement date is up, can they still garnish your wages and such if they did not file an extension? Please help.


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