Rec[COLOR=black]ently I received a collection letter for a car I gave my husband under my name in which he racked up $721 of parking tickets in 2007, 5 years ago. I know the SOL for my state; however, I am not sure which of the 4 categories this would fall in. [/COLOR] [COLOR=black][/COLOR] [COLOR=black]Can anyone help with this inquiry?[/COLOR]
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