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How do I remove a judgment from my credit report?

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How do I remove a judgment from my credit report?

Contact the credit reporting company to determine what is required to remove a judgment from your credit report. Generally, a Warrant to Satisfy Judgment is filed with the Superior Court Clerk to close the judgment when the judgment is paid. The warrant can serve as proof to the credit reporting agencies that the Judgment has been paid. Write to the Superior Court Clerk's office to request a copy. Provide the following information in your request: 1) Judgment number (J or DJ #) or reference number as it appears on your credit report, 2) case title and 3) the type of document you wish to obtain.