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 When does bankruptcy leave a credit report?

Answer The bankruptcy itself remains on the public portion of the credit report for seven years for a Chapter 13 and it remains for 10 years for a Chapter 7, 11, or 12 from the time of the filing.Source:E... Read More »
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Does bankruptcy look bad on a credit report?

A bankruptcy on your credit report can make financial institutions and other lenders hesitant or unwilling to lend to you or issue you credit cards. The impact of the bankruptcy usually decreases o... Read More »
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How long does bankruptcy stay on a credit report?

A bankruptcy can stay on your credit report for up to 10 years, according to the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Judgments or lawsuits can stay on your credit report for up to seven years or until the s... Read More »
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Does bankruptcy court pull up your credit report?

Bankruptcy court does pull your credit report. You are required to provide the court with a copy of your most recent tax return and answer questions regarding your debts at the creditors' meeting.... Read More »
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How long does bankruptcy stay on your credit report?

The length of time a bankruptcy will remain within your credit records depends upon the type of bankruptcy you file. Chapter 7 bankruptcy petitions will remain on your credit report for 10 years wh... Read More »
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