The judgment will only stay on your credit record for 7 years. If you go to free annual credit report (www.annualcreditreport.com) You can look at your credit report for free. But be aware you can only do this once a year. But where the judgment is it will tell you when it will be removed from your report. As for how long it will stay on the public record... I do not know. I am in persute of this answer myself. But I think you can call the court house and find out. Because I'm sure your more worried about being able to find a place to live then the judment. Well good luck. And if you find anything out will you post on here??
ThanksAnswerAn eviction is public information that will be available to anyone requesting it from the court and will be available until the court either destroy the file or it's removed from their database. I assume you're more worried about the judgment that results from the eviction. The judgment will show up on your credit record and remain on until paid.
What record? The court's records are permanent.Added: And so is your credit history.
If you weren't served an eviction notice and the case did not go to court, there will not be an eviction on your record. You can check the court records in your county to make sure there isn't an eviction on your record.
No, a stay of eviction is simply a delay in the eviction process, which may be the result of a dispute, such as of how much rent to pay.
Ten years, however like all credit you can contact the group aftwerwards and offer to make full restitution and can get a "satisfied" on the credit
"How long do you have till an eviction is off of your credit?" i am looking for an apartment but i have an eviction that's about 9 years old. the question on the aplication is have i ever been evicted? do i say yes or no? how do i find out if its still there?
That depends on the type of notice and the laws of the state.
Sure you can: is the eviction for wrongful reasons, such as retaliation from an assertion of your legal rights? Or are you talking about an eviction on your record? If the eviction is lawful then no you can't.
Generally speaking, you can't. An eviction will stay on your record forever, but falls off of your credit report after seven years. If you feel the judgment is in error you can dispute it with the County Clerk's office or prothonotary of the county in which that record is located
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If you were a co-signer on the apartment, the eviction may become part of your record.
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To find out if you have an eviction on your record simply get an eviction background check on a tenant. This may cost a bit of money but it is worth it in the end. Once you find out there are steps you can take to have an eviction removed.
A MISDEMEANOR WILL STAY IN PUBLIC RECORD UNTILL YOU EXPONGE IT.
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To check if you have an eviction record, use either a website service such as www.publicdata.com or contact the Civil Courts in your area and have them search your information.
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