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County Court judgment

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In England and Wales, County Court judgments (CCJs) are legal decisions handed down by ... If the debtor does not make payment in response to a CCJ, the creditor may apply for a ... This page was la...

County court judgment records: How long CCJs stay on record

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County court judgments stay on record for six years in most cases. ... County court judgment records: how long CCJs stay on record ... Step by step guide to removing judgments. Here's what to do if you paid within a month ... Contact the court This will be the court where your case was last dealt with. There is a form to fill out, ...

How long do CCJs stay on your credit file? - Callcredit

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If you're applying for credit and a county court judgement (a CCJ) has been issued against you, you may want to know whether it will stay on your credit file long ...

County court judgments for debt - GOV.UK

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Mar 21, 2016 ... 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 ...

County Court Judgment (CCJ) - checkmyfile

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A County Court Judgment, often known simply as a CCJ, is a court's ... you to attend court, and either you fail to turn up at court, or lose the case if you do attend.

Received a county court judgement CCJ | StepChange MoneyAware

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This isn't always the case and a creditor can apply for a CCJ as long as they have ... What can I do about it, I don't want a CCJ as I was hoping to get a mortgage in ... In most cases, court paperwork for CCJs are sent to the last known address ...

How long do paid public records remain on your report? | Experian

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Aug 13, 2013 ... Home » Ask Experian » Report Advice » How long do paid public records remain on your ... Civil judgments are financial court judgments.

Fact sheet 25 - Time limits for recovering debts - Page 5

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Once a creditor has a county court judgment (CCJ) for a debt, the Limitation Act does not put any time limits on how long they have to enforce that judgment.

What is a County Court Judgment (CCJ)? - Money Advice Service

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This page tells you more about what to do if you receive a County Court claim form. In Scotland the process is called enforcing a debt by diligence. The CCJ ...

Frequently Asked Questions about Garnishments/Judgments

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Oct 1, 2013 ... Garnishments/Judgments. The Court ... years for County Court or 20 years for District Court. ... How long do I have to collect my judgment?

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How to Get a CCJ Removed from Your Credit Record - Mason Bullock

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Sep 3, 2014 ... If you don't do anything about it, the CCJ will stay on your credit ... If you've only just discovered the CCJ and it was entered a long time ago, ...

How long will CCJ remain on my credit file? | Money | The Guardian

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Nov 1, 2002 ... I have been paying a County Court Judgement (CCJ) since September ... Friday 1 November 2002 07.42 EST Last modified on Thursday 14 January 2016 04.25 EST ... What should I do about my mortgage if I lose my job?

How county court judgments affect your credit rating - Citizens Advice

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As soon as a CCJ is made, it is usually entered in the Register of. Judgments, Orders ... You can only do this if you can show you have a genuine legal reason for not ... This fact sheet was last updated on 29 February 2012, and is reviewed.