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Unfortunately the VA indemnity regulation codified at 38 CF$ 36.4323(e) permits anti deficiency judgments on VA loans; the statute of limitations still applies; judgment may be renewed either by filing a suit on it or by filing an affidavit of renewal with the Clerk of the appropriate Court. A.R.S. §§ 12-1611, 1612(A).
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