An eviction is typically removed from an individual's credit record after a seven-year period. An eviction is the legal removal of a tenant by a landlord. Evictions occur for a variety of reasons that include failure to ... More »

Financial Scams notes that an eviction can stay on a credit report for up to seven years. Typically the landlord does not send the information to the credit bureaus. When a landlord evicts a tenant through court action, ... More »

A court judgment of eviction against an individual is a public record and stays on a person’s credit report for seven years from the date it was filed, says Credit Karma. However, when an individual first receives an evi... More »

According to The Law Dictionary, a DUI conviction is a permanent part of an individual's criminal record. Although laws vary among states, most have processes in place to remove or conceal certain criminal convictions. More »

Permanent records are requested from the agency, organization or company that has the authority to issue the documents; for example, according to the U.S. Department of State, an individual's FBI criminal record must be ... More »

Deferred disposition is a way to remove a traffic citation from a violator's record, and to do so the offender is required to serve a period of probation, which is assigned by a municipal court, according to the municipa... More »

The process for eviction in New York can take up to 90 days, depending on the length of court proceedings and processing, according to LawNY, Legal Assistance of Western New York. A landlord must provide written notice o... More »