I have a civil claim judgement that I defaulted on and it's listed on my Experian report but not on Equifax or Trans Union. Along with the court address, ID nbr, and plaintiff it lists the following... Date filed: 10/8/98, Date resolved: n/a, Claim amount: $3,039 and Liability amount: n/a How do I find out what I actually owe on this judgement including accrued interest? What does the liability amount mean and why is it "n/a"? Shouldn't there be an amount there? Does the date resolved show "n/a" because it hasn't been paid yet? Do I make payment to the court or to the plaintiff? Can I possibly settle with the plaintiff for less and they tell the court that it's paid in full? Right now I don't have any assets they can go after. For what it's worth this happened in NY where I broke a lease agreement and I'm now living in TX. I want to take care of as much outstanding debt as I can as I hope to buy a house this year. I realize that I can dispute this (and I am .. should have the results in a few more weeks) but the SOL for collecting on a judgement in NY is 20 years and the interest is just adding up. Would appreciate any feedback on this.