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
If there is a judgment you have already lost in court. There is no statute of limitations.
no statute of limitations on judgements
Ten years from the date of when the judgment was originally handed down in California
The statute of limitations for a civil judgment is 20 years-5 years for a foreign judgment.
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Not if the judgment was obtained before the statute of limitations for the debt expired. The statute of limitations requires that a lawsuit be filed on the claim before the limitation runs out. While it might prevent the plaintiff from getting the judgment, but it does not invalidate the judgment.
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The statute of limitations for negligence in California is two years with the discovery rule.
California has no statute of limitations on child support arrears.
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