Re: SOL for judgements
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Posted by Marcy (220.127.116.11) on November 11, 2002 at 19:39:22:
In Reply to: Re: SOL for judgements posted by Why Chat on November 11, 2002 at 19:14:48:
It is not hypothetical. Yes, there is a judgement against me and they attempted to garnish wages, yet, I contested it and they agreed upon some payments. My fear is that if I missed a payment could they go back to garnishing again? The Judgement is now five years old and I am not sure if it is still valid or since they tried to garnish, then withdrew the motion, if they have another five years or something like that. I guess my actual question is do they have five years, in KS, to collect the whole amount or five years just to start collecting. We don't have an agreement in writing, they just signed a document stating the garnishment is withdrawn and sent it to my employer. They sent me an agreement, yet, I refused to sign it because they wanted me to admit to owing the whole amount and they won't provide me a statement of how they came up with the current total due.
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