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The current statute of limitations would apply unless your credit card agreement stated otherwise.
You may want to consider filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy to discharge the credit card debt
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The chapter 7 bankruptcy has always been a consideration...However, I still need my question answered...DOES THE CHANGE IN THE AARIZONA LAW after the
I apologize that my answer was not clear to you. The new statute of limitations applies unless your credit card contract states differently
fact ..."GrandFather me in on the origional 3 year statute for unsecured debt.......The credit card agreement states nothing about a time limit, so I must assume that
state law super seeds any signed agreement...particularly since oe of them dates back to1981...correct.....
Unfortunately that is correct – the six-year limit would apply
If you need to do some research that will definatively state your legal opinion, can you please find where in the statute it mentions this NOT being GrandFathered in as most changes to any credit statue changes are NOT retroactive. I am a very patient person...if you need to take some time to make sure that your answer is correct, I will be availavable a little later,were now into happy hour.....and this answer cant
can't be an assumption based on PL knowledge...it's very iportat that I have a basis, in fact, or some case history on your answer. Thanks
I will opt out in favor of Arizona attorney
I'm off to my fav. new shopping place ....Walmart.....b back in 20 minutes.....Bill
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