What is a County Court Judgement?
A County Court Judgement, or CCJ, is a type of court order in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (they’re known as Decrees in Scotland as the laws are different).
When you owe a lender money and do not repay it, they can apply to the County Court to register a judgement against you to claim back their money. The court will look at the case, and if it decides you should pay what you owe, they will take out a CCJ against you.
It’s important you send back all of your court forms and say what you can afford to repay. This is so the County Court can consider your circumstances and your income and outgoings before they make a decision about how the debt should be repaid.
The CCJ will tell you:
- How much you owe
- How much you need to repay
- Who you need to pay
- The deadline for payments
It’ll be recorded on your credit file for 6 years, which could make it more difficult, or more expensive to borrow money during this time. However, even if you have a CCJ, we could help by offering our expert assistance in finding loans when you have a CCJ.
Loans for people with County Court Judgements
Getting accepted for a loan when you have a County Court Judgement may seem hard to come by, but we have a great deal of experience and expertise in finding loans for people who have CCJs or bad credit histories. We look at everyone’s circumstances individually, as we know one size doesn’t fit all, and if we can help, we will.
If you’re interested in exploring loans even with a CCJ, then be sure to look through our detailed guide below, which should help you decide whether a CCJ loan is right for you.
For more information, read our comprehensive guide to CCJs here