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(March 2012) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). In England and Wales, County Court judgments (CCJs) are legal decisions handed down by ...


County court judgments (CCJs) stay on the register for six years. The judgment will be removed if it's paid within a month – if paid later, you can have it marked ...


CCJ removal is possible only if you pay the judgment in full within a month, ... County court judgments cannot be removed from credit files unless they have been ...


Sep 9, 2014 ... Wondering how to remove judgements on your credit report and the ... has been paid a “satisfaction of judgment” will be filed with the court.


How Do You Remove a Judgment From Your Credit Report ... Dear Experian, I was told by the circuit court that Experian would have to come in and pull the ...


Jul 18, 2014 ... ... credit record. Discover the 3 ways that you can get it removed. ... CCJ set side. If the CCJ is a “default judgment”, then the court has a discretion to set it aside. ... Need to Set Aside a Default County Court Judgment? If you've ...


What to do if you receive a county court judgment (CCJ) - how to get a CCJ set aside or to change what you pay, what happens if you don't pay and how to ...


Getting court judgments removed from your credit report. ...... Do i just go to county clerk and show pay stub with garnishment or do i need to contact plantiff?


Jun 2, 2015 ... If you find yourself with a County Court Judgment (CCJ) made against ... on the Register of Judgments, Orders and Fines for a period of 6 years.


Mar 30, 2017 ... We have tips for you to use to remove judgments from your credit history. ... a Summons telling you when to show up to court to defend yourself.