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What happens if you pay all your debt before the entry of judgment in action?

Discussion in 'Debt collection' started by mikey.mike, Mar 4, 2016.

  1. mikey.mike

    mikey.mike New Member

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    This is more of a legal question, so please reply only if you know for sure what the law says.
    Say a suit is filed, but before the entry of judgment in an action, you manage to pay the debt you owe, in full. Will you still have to pay all the statutory costs?
     
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