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How long do you have to appeal a judgment?


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2015-09-11 09:11:49
2015-09-11 09:11:49

In Ohio it is 30 days. It maybe diffent in other states. * The average time limit is 20 days although it will vary depending upon the state law, therefore it can be as short as 10 days from the time the judgment is entered. This applies to appeal only not to the filing of a motion to have the judgment lifted.

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