Recent Posts in Statute of Limitations Category

  • National Collegiate Student Loan Trust Lawsuit Defense

    || 20-Oct-2017

    Student loans with National Collegiate Trust If debt collectors are calling, sending letters, or you're facing a lawsuit in court, it's important to understand the recent developments that could affect your legal rights and possible defenses. As we reported earlier this month, National Collegiate was fined for student loan violations. This article highlights the concerns that were ...
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  • National Collegiate and Transworld Fined For Student Loan Violations

    || 3-Oct-2017

    Due to the complexity of the student loan industry and the various types of educational financing available, student borrowers may be confused as to which lender they owe, and how much is due. This confusion can be further exacerbated when a lender or collector is unclear about the details of the underlying debt. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act is a federal statute that was specifically ...
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  • Statute of Limitations for Student Loans

    || 7-Oct-2016

    Is there a Statute of Limitations for Student Loans? There is much confusion regarding the applicability of the statute of limitations on bringing lawsuits to collect on defaulted student loans. Part of this confusion can be attributed to changes in federal laws that eliminated the statute of limitations on federal student loans. As such, in order to determine if an SOL applies, it’s ...
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