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I have a car title in my name with no lien holder on it.its a 1995,i stopped paying in 99',the bank stopped trying to contact me in 2001.i just brought a new car last month and now the old bank has hit me with a garnishment letter.Can they do that if i checked my credit reprt b4 i got my new loan and the old lien was totally off?
The statute of limitations in new-jersey is 6 years. It's six years from YOUR LAST ACTIVITY. The term statute of limitations means the time allotted to legally enforce the debt. If a statute expires and someone sues you, It is up to you to bring the expired SOL defense to the other parties attention. If you say nothing or do not bring up the expired statute then the judgment can be entered. Don't assume it means the other party is barred from attempting to collect. It simply means that your defense is the expired SOL not to enforce the lawsuit. If your statute of limitations has expired that means that the debt cannot be enforced by lawsuit, that does not dismiss the debt and the creditor can still leave it on your credit for 7 years (excluding some public records, those can remain for 10 years) but legally you do not have to pay it if the statute has expired. It's possible that the judgement for the garnishment went through BEFORE the statute of limitations was up, and they only just now tracked you down. Morally, though, if you owe the money, you should pay it.
Disregard the last poster. Each state has a statute of limitations for debt collection. They are listed on this site:
Do you owe them money? There is no 'statute of limitations' on when you automatically stop oweing a debt. If you owe money, you owe it FOREVER, until discharged by a bankruptcy court, or you die. The only statute of limitations, is how long it can show up on your credit report. So, it's off your credit report. You still owe the money. They can still garnish your wages, as evidenced by the letter of garnishment. Sorry.