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Illinois Law Re, Sol-credit Card Past 7 Yrs

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Illinois Law Re, Sol-credit Card Past 7 Yrs

Postby Nosh » Fri Sep 12, 2014 8:45 am

Hello,

Please tell me where or how I can find proof of SOL for repayment enforcement on credit card debt. I am being sued by collection agency for a DISCOVER credit card  that has been inactive without payment since 1999. I thought the SOL for Illinois was 5 years however. Today, I was told 1 that a collection agency can enforce payment for 10 years(clerk said I needed proof of the law before I could use it as a defense) Any advice on where or how I can find out which is correct(5 or 10 years).  I am currently unmployed and will have to represent myself.  Thank You.
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Illinois Law Re, Sol-credit Card Past 7 Yrs

Postby Clustfeinad » Tue Sep 16, 2014 3:11 pm

Hello Sandi, Thanks for writing to me on your Discover Card Issue.

I did some research for you and it looks like this is the breakdown:

Personal Injury: 2 years.

Fraud: Fraudulent concealment, 5 years. Fraud by a decedent, 2 years.

Libel / Slander / Defamation: 1 year Injury to Personal Property: 5 years.

Product Liability: 2 years from the date of injury. If the injury cannot is not discovered during the initial two year period, the action may be filed within eight years of the time the injury occurred.

Contracts: Written, 10 years; Oral, 5 years.

So, you have a written agreement that shows 10 years. I AM NOT AN ATTORNEY, but there are exceptions to this. I would not pay a dime without verifying this with local counsel.  

To me 10 years on a written contract is bullshit in Illinois. I am going to really research this.

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