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Am I Still Liable For A Bill That Is Eight Years Old?

In Florida, a statute of limitations puts a limit on the amount of time for which you are liable for a debt. For an oral contract, the limit is 4 years. For a written contract or promissory note, the limit is 5 years. On a revolving balance contract, such as credit card, the statute of limitations is 4 years.

If you think that you do not owe a debt because the statute of limitations has run out, contact a Jacksonville Consumer Law Attorney at 904-685-1200 for a free consultation to find out.

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