How Long Does Public Record Stay On Credit Report

How long public records report to your credit

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Most public records stay on your credit report for seven years (unless removed). This includes tax liens, judgements, and chapter 13 bankruptcies. Chapter 7 bankruptcies report the longest at ten years. These periods of time begin at the filing date on record with the court.

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