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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by MOVINGONUP, Aug 6, 2003.
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How would you go about it?????
put it as a contingency in the settlement offer. if they don't want to vacate it, what is the point in settling because it will still be hurting your credit.
can i ask why you want them to vacate it?
I am just guessing here but I would say because he does not want to have the judgment on his report anymore?????????????
I actually will try this if it can be done. I would be willing to settle with the people who have a judgment against me in exchange for the removal of the judgment TL.
Hmmm good stuff.
my point was that he can petition the court himself after the judgment is paid/settled. the oc/ca doesn't have to do it. i just had a judgment removed that i petitioned the court for. didn't cost me a dime, but i can't say for the area this person is in. call your county courthouse and ask.
how are you going to go about, the attempt to settle?
When I can afford it....I will call up each "plaintiff" and tell them that I think I am ready to try to pay this debt off but do not have it all.
I will let this person know that I am calling now because this is my last ditch effort before being forced to file BK because of all the judgments I have.
I will offer a settlement contingent upon the fact that they file a satisfaction of judgment with the court house.
I then will request the court to vacate the judgment which is exactly what one of the courts in my area said they would/could do.