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Getting a ccj set aside

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Credit File & Ratings
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Mcleman121Mcleman121 Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Credit File & Ratings
I recently paid off a ccj I had, which was issued by default as they had my old address. and it is now down as satisfied. I was informed by Lowell's that the letters regarding the ccj were sent back to them (return to sender from my old address).

I was informed by my mortgage advisor that I could apply to get the ccj set aside, to which I have now contacted the court about. I was just wandering what the success rate is with regards to getting them set aside. I would rather not waste the £225 if it is a rarity getting them set aside.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thank s

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  • AndyPixAndyPix Forumite
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    What would be your reason for having it set aside ? (Welcome to MSE by the way)
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  • [Deleted User][Deleted User]
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    If you've already paid it off why are you now looking to get it set-aside?
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    Willing2LearnWilling2Learn Forumite
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    edited 17 May 2019 at 7:04PM
    What date was the CCJ? And what date did you satisfy the judgement?

    Why would you pay the set aside fee when you have already settled the account by paying the full balance?

    Is the CCJ showing as "satisfied" on your credit files?
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