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  • I'm not sure which "record" you are concerned about; an eviction is not a criminal proceeding, just a civil one. If there was a legal proceeding to evict you, the court record of its filing and resolution will exist as long as the court maintains records. If, however, you are concerned about your credit report, in general negative events will follow you anywhere from 7 to 10 years. I'd note, however, that an eviction should only show up on your credit report if you were evicted due to nonpayment of rent. Since you stated this was not the case, it should not be on your credit report at all. If it is, challenge it with the credit bureaus.

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