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Determining which state's statute of limitations to use

Is the statute of limitations determined by the state I was residing in when a credit line was open and went to charge off in?  

For example, a credit card opened in California, goes to default and no payment activity since April 2017.  California's statute of limitation is 4 years but I now reside in a different state, one with a 6 year statute of limitation.  

Does me moving out of California extend the time frame?


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The statue of limitations goes for the state listed on your document. On the Complaint document. The information on the Complaint is everything that you go by. For further information, please call the court listed on your Complaint document. 

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The statue of limitations goes for the state listed on your document. On the Complaint document. The information on the Complaint is everything that you go by. For further information, please call the court listed on your Complaint document. 

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