In New York, a civil judgment is good for 10 years, renewable once for another 10 years. Good luck!
There are not specific SOL's that apply to judgments in any US state. Judgments are granted for a specified amount of time usually from 5-20 years, with the majority of judgments being renewable. They become invalid if the judgment creditor fails to renew or the court denies the motion for renewal. Judgments are extremely damaging to a credit rating and continue to accumulate interest until they are paid or settled
Is there a Statute of Limitations in the State of Florida on collecting of a judgement that was awarded in a divorce case? If so, what is the time frame? The holding in the Adams v. Adams case says that Florida judgments are good for 20 years, and that prior to expiry they may be sued upon to renew them. It has been cited in subsequent cases: http://www.2dca.org/opinions/Opinion_Pages/Opinion_Page_2009/August/August%2019,%202009/2D09-877.pdf
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