Statute Of Limitation after Dismissal without Prejudice
Asked Nov 6, 2008, 09:47 PM
We were previously sued over a credit card debt obviously belonging to someone else with similar name. Case was dismissed without prejudice in Jan of 07, we live in Florida - due to the plaintiff not producing any documentation that the court ordered. Now, it seems that the debt was resold and the nightmare is starting over.
Is there a statute of limitations? Can creditors keep selling this same debt and taking us back to court over and over? My husband is disabled and is undergoing cancer treatment and does not need to have this aggravation.
Any answers appreciated!