Is there a statute of limitations to unpaid fines owed for a DUI in Ca?
Typically there is no limitation to collecting fines. The fine has been set and the state has the right to collect on it.
Fines are not subject to a limitation. The violation has already been adjudicated.
Is there a statute of limitations in South Dakota for bills owed to a county?
I believe that when the car is turned in and the remaining balance is owed the month of last activity would start the running of the statute of limitations. However in California I believe it is 4 years from the date they say you owe them money.
There is a statute of limitations on assessing income taxes, but once the taxes have been assessed there is no statute of limitations on collecting them.
No there is not statute of limitations. The lien serves as notification that a debt is owed and secures that debt.
Does the debit or fine owed on a parking ticket in california get removed after the statute of limitations runs out?
There is no statute of limitations for a ticket that has been issued.
There are no statutes of limitations on legitimately owed obligations.
Only the IRS has a 10 year statute of limitations. PA has no statute of limitations on collecting owed taxes of any kind, so they will persist coming after you for as long as they can.
once tax is calculated it is then owed and will be collected by any means possible
Is there a statue of limitations on Missouri income tax that is owed
There is no statute of limitations for debt collection in Michigan. You can continue to collect as long as the debt is owed. The debt can be sold as well.
The Statute Of Limitation for credit card judgments in Texas is four years. The Statute Of Limitations is a time frame as to when companies can sue you for money owed.
Answer: Probably not. You can only sue if you have a promissory note (promise to pay in writing) and they have a short statute of limitations that has likely expired. Check your state statute of limitations. A mortgage would have a longer statute of limitations.
Probably not ... unless these fines are unpaid and one is a fugitive avoiding prosecution.
In the state of Tennessee, there is no statute of limitations if back child support is owed. The amount will continue to accrue until the child turns age 18.
The statute of limitations on a cell phone bill in Louisiana is 3 years. This means that a request should be sent to the company stating that the debt is no longer owed.
What is the statute of limitations on coming back and collecting money owed for a loan that the balance was zeroed out but money never taken out of a checking account electronically?
There is no statute of limitations on federal student loans under any circumstance.
Is there a statute of limitations on repossessed debts owed or are they indefinite after the court has found you in default?
Yes the SOL varies by state.
What is the statute of limitations on 20 year over due medical bill from a hospital owned buy the county Los Angels California?
There are no statutes of limitations on debts owed to the government.
Question must be worded more specifically - too much to research.
There are a number of ways to extend the statute of limitations. Any payment toward the bill will restart the clock. Any acknowledgement that the debt is owed starts the clock over. If they call and you say, "Yes, I know I owe it" you have started the clock again.
On recovery of arrears owed, federal law requires no limits, but you must keep the claim current.
Is a credit balance in a vendor subsidiary account an unpaid balance owed?
There is no statute of limitation on back child support in any state. The other parent is paying until what's owed is paid in full, regardless of the age(s) of the child(ren).
The only event that would eliminate the arrears is a court order vacating that arrearage - there is no statute of limitations on support arrearages.
Any credit balance in a vendor subsidiary account ia an unpaid balance owed?
What is the statute of limitations on when a creditor can file a lawsuit to recover monies owed for a car reposession in MS?
Each state has its own collection laws. In MS the statute of limitations to collect a debt is three years. You can find this information on numerous websites. I always check the government websites first and if I can't find the answer I try a legal site like Findlaw or Justia.
Yes. Deletion from the credit report does not affect whether the debt is owed or whether the statute of limitations on the debt has expired. Note that even if the statute of limitations has expired, collectors still can try to collect the debt -- they just cannot use the courts (or threat of legal action) to collect the debt. If you are getting collection calls on a debt that is past the statute of limitations… Read More
What do they mean by last communication or acknowledgement when talking about the statute of limitations on medical bill in Michigan?
It means the last time the debtor acknowledged they owed the money. It can be based on a payment, a recorded conversation or a letter.
Yes, there is a limitation in Nevada. You have six years on a written agreement. Promissory notes are 3 years while oral agreements are set at four.
Yes. There is no statute of limitations on collecting past-due child support, regardless of where the parties currently live.
What is the RI statute of limitations for medical bills? I received a notice from an attorney stating that a law suit against my husband is being made to secure payment of a hospital bill. My husband died April 5, 2005 and we never received a bill of any kind or a phone call informing us that a bill was owed.
wages unpaid or owed
Is child support arrears from noncustodial parent still owed even if the child has grown and is living on their own?
Yes- it is owed if there was a valid court order in place. In California, there is no statute of limitations. In some states there is a time limit of 10 years. You can visit the court to check the laws in your state.
Does a non-costodial parent still have to pay child support if the child is 18 years old and has back child support owed?
The "back" support must be paid - there is no statute of limitations on collecting that.
What is the statute of limitations of state taxes owed to Indiana I owe the state of Indiana 3900 and yes I did file each year. Do I need to contact them at all now?
Depends on the type of tax, but in income taxes, anyplace...the Statute of Limitations for assesment and Collection (normally 3 - 4 years) ONLY STARTS running when a return has been filed. If you don't file, you remain perpetually liable.
No. Fines assessed by criminal courts are not discharged in bankruptcy.
There is no statute of limitations on collecting a bad debt. If you owed the debt in 1993 and never paid it, you still owe the debt. A judgment has a statute of limitations that is set by both the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act and laws of the state in which you live, or the credit (or collection agency) does business "...whichever is longer". There are circumstances under which an 11 year old debt… Read More
After a period of years when a tax debt cannot be collected because of banruptcy or lack of funds will the IRS discharge the debt?
The IRS has ten years from the date the tax was originally assessed to collect the tax debt. After this time has passed, the statute of limitations will pass and any remaining taxes owed will go away. There are several things which can pause or "toll" the running of this statute. If you file an Offer in Compromise, file certain Appeals, file a suit against the IRS, or enter into bankruptcy, for example, the statute… Read More
a "credit balance" is money that you have.
Maybe. States establish the SOLs laws relating to when a creditor can no longer file suit to recover monies owed. Which debts are included are likewise determined by those laws pertaining to such.
Yes, if it was owed to her (i.e., not to another relative or the State as reimbursement for assistance provided). There is no statute of limitations on collecting past-due child support.
A judgment is a debt that is legally owed by a debtor. It is a court ordered payment demand. An unpaid judgment is a judgment that has not been resolved.
Absolutely not. I am going through the same dilemma myself. The fines and costs owed have to be at zero before you go in.
In most places the statute of limitations ran out long ago, so a lawsuit to collect the debt is void. In Texas the statute of limitations is four years unless some legal action has been taken within four years to collect the debt. Warning. I just read an item on this. If a debt collector contacts you about this loan and you offer to pay it back the statute of limitations starts again. IF you… Read More
Depends on the type of tax, but in income taxes, anyplace...the Statute of Limitations for assesment and Collection only starts running when a return has been filed. If you don't file, you remain perpetually liable.
Support that was unpaid at the time of closure is still owed.
Unpaid balances owed to insurance companies will be sent to collection agencies and will count against your credit.
The question is not worded correctly or is using the wrong terminology. You cannot put a lien on a state-issued drivers license. Note: In the state of Florida a towing company can place a lien on your drivers license for unpaid fines owed to them. While this will not suspend your drivers license it will prevent you from renewing your tag or getting a new tag until the monies owed to the company is paid.
If the loan on your car was charged off then the lender has written it off as a loss but not repoed it. do you still owe the loan?
Yes. The statute of limitations governs how long you remain liable, in the sense that once the statute has expired, a suit by the creditor will be dismissed if the debtor raises the statute of limitations as a defense. In general, the statute of limitations begins to run when you default on the note or vehicle installment sales contract, not when the car is repossessed. Repossession is one remedy available to a creditor who has… Read More