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  1. #1
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    Default Renewal of a Judgment

    I had a judgment entered in 1991.
    It expired in 2001.
    In 2000 it was subordinated to the mortgage on our house.

    It was not renewed prior to expiring in 2001.

    Does the recorded subordination consitute renewal or does it have to have a formal renewal ?

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    Default Subordination Agreement

    Were you a party to the subordination agreement, or was it just between the mortgage lender and the judgment holder?

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    I was not an agreeable party to the subordination.

    Wasnt even consulted.

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    Default Subordination

    If you weren't involved in the subordination agreement, then it probably didn't renew your obligation. Still, I would want to discuss the situation with a local real estate lawyer just to be sure, and determine how to clear the judgment from the title if possible (e.g., through a "quiet title" action).

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