My question involves collection proceedings in the State of: PA
I was recently sued by a junk debt buyer for old credit card debts I believe are passed the SOL of 4 years. The plaintiff was granted a continuance because they could not produce documents related to chain of ownership or an original contract or a history of activity. During the hearing the subject of the SOL came up and the judge stated that the SOL is reset when the debt is sold to a third party and that there was case law on the subject. I don't believe this is correct. Can anyone cite case law in PA that demonstrates the SOL is not reset when a debt is sold to a third party.