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Silly question, but what does the meaning of an "Unenforceable debt" mean? In regards to the 6 year rule, credit companies chasing you for the money etc...




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if you have not paid any payment or acknowleged the debt in over 6 years then that becomes statute barred and they cannot chase you for it.


unenforceable means when a debt exists but for ie they may not have a completed credit agreement for it thus makes it unenforceable at court and you are not obliged to offer any payment


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Where no payment nor acknowledgement of a debt is made in any 6 year period (5 years in Scotland) the debt is statute barred

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