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HMRC internal manual

Debt Management and Banking Manual

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Enforcement action: county court proceedings: charging orders: retention of records

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In all cases where a charging order, agreed notice or caution is registered you must keep

  • the county court papers and
  • a permanent record of the

    • name of the judgment debtor
    • reference(s)
    • year(s)
    • amount(s)
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You need to keep the papers and records so that when payment is eventually received you can (This content has been withheld because of exemptions in the Freedom of Information Act 2000) allocate the payment to duty.

You may also need to keep the papers and records so that in unregistered property cases you can refer the papers to the Board’s solicitor for re-registration (DMBM667390).

Where you receive payment of the judgment debt in full, you should consider pursuing payment of the accumulated interest in the light of the judgment debtor’s present circumstances.