Tag Archives: statute of limitations

SOL Disclosures Source of Issue in FDCPA Lawsuit

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Judge Grants MJOP in FDCPA Case Over Time-Barred Claim

A District Court judge in Pennsylvania has granted a defendant’s motion for judgment on the pleadings, agreeing with the defendant that the plaintiff’s complaint is time-barred under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act’s one-year statute of limitations. A copy of the ruling in the case of Woods v. CACH can …

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Judge Grants MTD in FDCPA Case Over Text Messages

A lesson to plaintiffs everywhere – make sure to mind your P’s and Q’s. A District Court judge in Georgia has granted a defendant’s motion to dismiss a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act case, ruling that the statute of limitations on the alleged violation had expired because the plaintiff first …

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Va. Gov. Vetoes SOL, Debt Collection Bills

The governor of Virginia has vetoed two bills related to medical debt collection, although there may be enough voted in the state legislature to override both vetoes, according to published reports. One bill, introduced by state Rep. Nadarius Clark, would have lowered the statute of limitations on medical debts to …

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