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What to do if you receive a county court judgment (CCJ) - how to get it set aside or change what you pay, what happens if you do not pay, how to search the register. Includes information from the withdrawn EX320 and EX326 gu…
You may get a county court judgment (CCJ) or high court judgment if…
You’ll have to pay the person or business you owe the money to, or their…
If you do not owe the money, you can ask the court to cancel the county…
If you get a county court judgment (CCJ) or a high court judgment, it will…
Apply to the court to repay your creditors if your total debts are no more than £5,000 and one of the debts is either a County Court or High Court order. Includes guidance note N270.
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