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Could you cite the Tennessee statute that supports that answer?
Could you cite the Tennessee statute supporting this answer? I'm trying to refinance my house. If the bankruptcy period tolls the statute then I have a problem but, it it doesn't then I have cleared the 10 year collection statute on the judgement.
Over 34 years, I have assisted my clients with debt problems having filed more than 32000 Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy petitions.
Bankruptcy law is a Federal law and the rules of the Bankruptcy Code apply to all states. Having said that, the statute of limitations is tolled or stayed for the period that you are in a bankruptcy proceeding. And the clock starts ticking again once the bankruptcy proceeding is completed. Therefore, Tennessee law is not involved.
Are you referring to Title 11, Chapter 1 Sec. 108(a)?
The bankruptcy code, again under Federal law is as follows: