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I too, on lines of the attorney that you consulted would have suggested to defend yourself using Statute of Limitation. You CAN do that even if you have filed the response and objection to the judgement.
If we talk of Statute of Limitation, In California, they work out as under.
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Ok, So it doesn't matter if I live in Arizona then. If I can argue for the statue of Limitations, how would I submit that to the court? What form do I need and how much does that usually cost? Does the court usually has that form?