The Colorado Statute of Limitations On Open-Ended Accounts?

Answer An open-ended credit account is one in which the creditor expects repeated transactions, such as credit cards and lines of credit. The Colorado Revised Statutes Title 13-80-101 sets forth the statu... Read More »

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Accounts Payable Statute of Limitations in Virginia?

As any businessperson knows, when faced with difficulty collecting on an account payable, it is usually better to bring suit sooner rather than later. Moreover, in Virginia (as in other states), if... Read More »

The Statute of Limitations on Debt in Colorado?

As in most states, the statute of limitations on consumer debt in Colorado varies according to the type of debt. The Colorado Fair Debt Collection Practices Act provides protection for state consum... Read More »

What is the statute of limitations for judgments in Colorado?

The statute of limitations in Colorado for judgments is 20 years. Over the course of those 20 years, the creditor can charge up to 8 percent in interest.Source:Card Report

When does the statute of limitations start on bad credit card accounts in Louisiana?

The state of Louisiana limits the time debt holders have to sue for owed debts. A closed credit card account is a contract and the limit for contracts is 10 years. For a credit card account that's ... Read More »