Last time I paid on this credit card debt was in March of 2003. In State of New Jersey, Statue of Limitations is 6 years for such debt. It is clearly past the SOL. The request for admissions is asking to admit that the debt is indeed valid. Will this reset Statute of Limitations for this debt once I admit that the debt is mine indeed ?? If I am to move to a different State, could I be sued again for the same debt ??following is the answer to complaint: 1 - The alleged debt is over 6 years old and the Statute of Limitations on this alleged debt has expired. This alleged debt is time-barred under New Jersey Statute 2A:14-1. 2A: 14-1. 6 years Every act..... shall be commenced within 6 years next ..... accrued 2 - Last day of activity for this alleged debt is April of 2003. Please see attached Exhibit “E” ( Experian Credit Report which shows activities on the alleged debt account). The Exhibit “E” shows clearly that the alleged debt has passed the six year Statute of Limitations in the State of New Jersey. 3 - Therefore the Statute of Limitations on this alleged debt has expired. This alleged debt is time-barred under New Jersey Statute 2A:14-1. Claim for Relief: Defendant requests that this Court dismiss this case with prejudice, on the basis that the alleged debt is time-barred under New Jersey Statute 2A:14-1. ing is the answer to complaint: Should I have done any differently ????