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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by marvin, Jan 26, 2001.
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You should talk to an attorney. I say this because I am familiar with the court system (very) in my state and I know that many of the small county circuits (at least here) have staff that are almost incompetent. It is possible to be told something different by each and every person, in addition, the staff at the court are not in a position to give legal advice, including whether or not you can have a judgement vacated. If it is worth it to you, go and talk to an attorney about it.
Go to the Creditor, the person who got the Judgment, and offer to pay it off for say 10 cents on the dollar if he will sign an order @ the Courthouse vacating the Judgment. Meet him at the Courthouse with the cash. The clerk will issue a satisfaction of the judgment and vacate it. Please note in most states the judgment can be renewed.