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Hello fellow members - Last night looking at my credit report I found that a CCJ has been issued against me on 16th November 2016 from Northampton County Court (Information Source - Registry Trust Ltd) to pay approx. £300. This is issued to the address I lived between Aug 2014 and October 2015 as a lodger. Obviously not living there, I've not had any letters etc. from court. The only way I found out about this is last night looking at my credit score. I've never had any credit cards, phone contracts etc. which I took whilst being on that address. I can not think of anything which could result into a CCJ at all. How do I find out what is it all about? And should I try to investigate now and contact court ? I really want to do right thing and don't want stupid things like debt collectors coming to our new home we've literally bought. Do I have to go to a solicitor? I'm more concerned of this CCJ being my record and not the money solely. I've never done or intend to do anything wrong. My credit score has been badly affected and it might also affect my application for British Citizenship I guess which I am soon going to apply ! I couldn't sleep well last night and very stressed. Please can you help? Many thanks
My OH's elderly parents have Home Insurance policy with RSA through Lloyds bank. In July 2015 one of their patio doors glass shattered and had to be replaced. They submitted a claim and glass was eventually replaced (3 weeks) by Evander Glazing, who assumed it was due to direct sunlight / heat. Whilst replacing it the glass shattered again therefore replaced on 2nd attempt. Today the same glass shattered again. My question is, would the replacement glass be under any sort of guarantee? Thank-you