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question iconI just found out that I have a Denver County Judgment from 2013. It was never revived, but its active. Is there a statute of limitations on judgments?
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A county court judgment is valid for 6 years. There are opportunities to revive or continue the judgments past that timeframe. Also, if there was a judgment lien placed on real estate it will survive longer.

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Bill Henry
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