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When does CCJ expire?

Getting a County Court judgement (CCJ) will have a huge effect on a debtor’s credit rating and it will make it much more difficult for them to obtain credit in the future. However, a CCJ does not last forever, as it expires after six years.   Paying the CCJ straight away When a debtor has […]

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What is a High Court Writ of Control?

Formerly known as a ‘writ of fieri facias’, or ‘writ of fi fa’, a High Court Writ of Control can be used to recover outstanding debts. Using a High Court Writ of Control can mean that you recover monies owed quicker than alternative methods, including a Warrant of Execution granted by the County Courts. (more…)

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