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Statute of Limitations: 17 year old debt

Creditor trying to collect on behalf of Goshen county court in Indiana for alleged logbook violation from 1992. How long can a debt be collected?

Answer: Whether a debt collector may collect a 17 year old debt depends on the statute of limitations for that particular debt. Limitations periods vary based on the type of debt, and its often hard to know what the period is (for example, in this question, the statute for a “logbook.”) Call 888-595-9111 and talk to Debt Help Attorneys For Consumers well versed in statutes of limitations and other debt collection  laws for a free consultation as to your rights, even if you the debt has not passed the limitations period you may be able to settle the debt for less than you owe with the help of a debt help lawyer.

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