Statute of Limitations for Debt

In the state of Florida how old does a debt have to be before it is considered too old for collection?

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Feb 24, 2009
Statute of limitations in Florida
by: Gerri

Generally the statute of limitations in Florida is 4-5 years, depending on the type of debt. In Chapter Two of Debt Collection Answers we explain how you can get a debt collector to stop contacting you if you believe the statute of limitations has expired.

Apr 25, 2009
Statue of Limitations for South Carolina
by: Virginia Gregory

I would like to know about the Statue of Limitations for South Carolina. My husband and I are having severe problems with Debt Collectors.

Apr 27, 2009
Statue of Limitations
by: Virginia Gregory

I sent an email Saturday asking for the Statue of Limitations for the state of South Carolina. We live in Rock Hill, South Carolina and right now we are being harassed.

Jun 14, 2009
Statute of Limitations in South Carolina
by: Gerri

I am sorry I didn't see your questions about South Carolina earlier since they were submitted as comments rather than a separate question.

In general the statute of limitations in South Carolina is three years, according to our sources. As always, you'll want to check with a consumer law attorney or your state Attorney General to confirm.

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