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No, but keep the judgement paperwork incase he does.

Posted by John on December 12, 2001 at 12:45:05:

In Reply to: court posted by TJ on December 12, 2001 at 11:55:23:

Assuming you gave your landlord your SS# (I never do) when you filled out a rental application he/she may try to add this information to your credit report without your knowledge. Just check your credit report every six months and dispute the deliquent amount the agency and use the Judgement as proof. Check all the major reporting agencies.

: Question: If a LL takes his/her tenent to court for late fees, wear amd tear, etc and the judgement is for the tenent (no money awarded to LL), can the LL still impact the Tenent's credit?

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