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A Chapter 7 bankruptcy stays on your credit report for 10 years. Generally a Chapter 13 bankruptcy will be removed after 7 years, but can remain up to 10 years.

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It stays on your credit report for 10 years in every state. Bankruptcy is a federal procedure.


A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy may stay on your credit report for up to 10 years. A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy may stay on your credit report for up to 7 years. But both may be removed earlier if the information they are reporting is incorrect, incomplete, misleading, or unverifiable.



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As addressed at least a zillion times here: Bk stays on a credit report for 10 years at least.


It does not matter what state you filed your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, as it was done in Federal Court, and these types of events stay on your credit for 10 years.


Most information (good and bad) will stay on your credit report for seven years. However, some financial disasters (divorce, bankruptcy) can stay for as long as ten years. The silver lining to this is that, the older the negative information is, the less influence it has on the overall report.


All reportable items with the exception of bankruptcy will stay on your report for 7 years from the date of the reportable occurance.


what? do you mean a bankruptcy? 7 years or even more so depending on the states where you are in


Technically it can stay on 10 years since it is a public record. However, with persistance you can have it deleted almost as soon as it goes on your credit report. Look at credit boards dot com


seven years It is irrelevant whether the bankruptcy is discharged or dismissed when it pertains to the time it is recorded on the credit report, the time limit is ten years.



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