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Joining the proof of claim fray, the Fourth Circuit has held that the filing of a time-barred proof of claim does not violate the FDCPA when the statute of limitations does not extinguish the debt. Dubois v. Atlas Acquisitions, No. 15-1495, 2016 U.S. App. LEXIS, *22-23 (4th Cir. Aug. 25, 2016).
In joining the majority of circuits, the Fourth Circuit held that while filing a proof of claim is debt collection activity regulated by the FDCPA, the filing of a proof of claim that is time-barred does not violate the FDCPA when the statute of limitations does not extinguish the debt. In reaching its conclusion, the court was persuaded by several of the points articulated by other courts over the past two years:
The opinion is important for a number of reasons. Parties seeking to rely upon it should note the following:
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