CCJ - County Court Judgment
and Time Orders

CCJ and time orders

Time orders CCJ
The main reasons for using a time order is for staving of a CCJ that might other wise be likely to be issued, or to change the payments on a CCJ that has already been issued where you are struggling with those payments. Time orders are more commonly used for secured debt where there is a distinct possibility of repossession if the loan is called in.

Enforcing a CCJ
To apply for a time order on an already existing CCJ or other court order, then the standard form N244 should be filled out and sent to the court. "The Complete UK Credit Repair Guide" shows you EVERYTHING you need to know about credit scoring and credit repair. It is the original and most successful UK Credit Repair Guide ever published!

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