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    • svmitche
    • By svmitche 18th Feb 05, 2:24 PM
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    • 18th Feb 05, 2:24 PM
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    • 18th Feb 05, 2:24 PM
    I would imagine that if you have never been to court regarding your debt you will not have a CCJ (County Court Judgement). You can find out for sure though by requesting your credit report from http://www.experian.co.uk or from http://www.equifax.co.uk.

    Any CCJs you may or may not have will be on that report.
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    • munchies
    • By munchies 18th Feb 05, 2:32 PM
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    • 18th Feb 05, 2:32 PM
    Yes CCJs from the last 6 years should be on your credit file. Or you can search the register of county court judgements:
    The Registry of County Court Judgments
    173-175 Cleveland Street
    London
    W1P 5PE
    Tel: 020 7380 0133
    It costs 4.50 for each name and address searched.

    HTH
    • rumblytum
    • By rumblytum 18th Feb 05, 2:59 PM
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    • 18th Feb 05, 2:59 PM
    Credit reports
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    • 18th Feb 05, 2:59 PM
    I would imagine that if you have never been to court regarding your debt you will not have a CCJ (County Court Judgement). You can find out for sure though by requesting your credit report from http://www.experian.co.uk or from http://www.equifax.co.uk.

    Any CCJs you may or may not have will be on that report.
    by svmitche
    Make sure that you don't buy them online as they're more expensive. They only cost 2 from both companies if you receive them in the post (they can be ordered online to be sent in the post).
  • loobyloo1980
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    • 18th Feb 05, 4:09 PM
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    • 18th Feb 05, 4:09 PM
    right thanks guys. I certainly have never been to court, but was under the impression that these things can proceed in your absence?
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