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how can i find out who placed an oprn judgment on my credit?
I have an open judgement on my credit report anf im trying to find out what it is and when it was placed.

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Judgements are, in general, reported by the clerk of the court in which the judgement was filed. The reporting court should be stated in the credit file. Since judgements are a matter of public record, you can then search the records of that court to find the plaintiff.

You should note that this will be difficult to remove from your credit report since the judgement will stand until a judge says that the judgement has reason to be vacated. This means that the court can, and will, continue to report this judgement regardless of any agreement that you make with the plaintiff.

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