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I’m getting sued by way of a creditor. The account is mostly about six or seven yrs old. Can the creditor gather cash most likely for this time? We are now living in Minnesota.
In Minnesota, the statute of restrictions is six years, therefore at first it could appear that the six- or seven-year-old financial obligation is uncollectible. (See our map when it comes to statutes of restrictions in other states.) You need to consider a few other factors before you decide you’re safe, however.