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What is the statute of limitations on collection of a auto loan debt repossession in Indiana?

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2011-09-15 10:42:11
2011-09-15 10:42:11

excellent question, most people don't know about the "SOL" but specifically what it pertains to is how long a company has to bring about a law-suit in an attempt to collect the debt. don't know exactly on your state but do know it's at least 5 years and b\c your neighbor state of Ohio is unusually high, like 10+ years, it's probably going to be as high as 10 years.

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