The total amount of the judgement including fees = $39,558.12
The creditors attorney is not getting back to our office with a settlement arrangement and as such I decided to call the creditor directly ; all of the phone #'s are not longer in service .
The Judgement was entered April 09, 2009 .
We have not made any payments on this judgement. I am seeking to see if the judgement can be vacated in the event the creditor is out of business.
The judgement was made against my company .
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Maybe I should be more clear ; It is my understanding that you have usually up to a year to make a valid motion to vacate a default judgement. My judgement is almost 4 years old and as such too much time has elapsed. My question is now that the creditor is "out of business' , does this development create a "unique" situation whereby the judgement can be vacated ?
Vacating a judgement that is over 4 years old as a result of the creditor now being "out of business".
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