Updated: Mar 16
How to remove a CCJ from Credit Report?
Every year we transfer thousands of judgments from the county court to the High Court. And you may be pleased to hear that a number of these CCJ procedures do get paid in full – either in one payment or over a period in an agreed CCJ payment plan.
How Long Does A CCJ Stay On My Credit File?
County Court judgments (CCJs) are regularly reported on your credit file and a public register for six years, which can make it more difficult to get credit when that time.
Can a CCJ be removed from a credit file?
If you pay the paid CCJ in full within a month of the judgment, you can just apply for the CCJ removal from the public register and get it removed from your credit file. You need to apply for a 'certificate of cancellation' from the County Court. You do this using court form N443 Application for a certificate of satisfaction/cancellation.
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How to update your credit file?
Remove a county court judgement from your credit, getting a CCJ removed from the credit file, CCJ stay on the credit file to show the CCJ is paid and satisfied. The best place for information on this topic is the CCJ Registry Trust website and please click on this link to get the most up-to-date information | see http://bit.ly/2ogvt6S.
How County Court judgment records are updated?
Will a satisfied CCJ affect my credit? If you pay the County Court judgment you will want the record to be updated CCJs are shown as either satisfied or unsatisfied on the Register. Satisfied means you have paid in full, unsatisfied means you have not. You can ask the court for this to be corrected if it is wrong.
How long does CCJ stay on record?
The CCJ will still stay on your credit report until the 6 years.