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Hi - wondering if anyone has any suggestions on this

Had an attachment of earnings issued because of a CCJ. I left the company I was working for a the time and the court have never collected a penny. I have been working at my company now for nearly 4 years, lived at the same address and have never heard anything.

I want to sort this out but I don't know whether to approach the court, the bank who issued the CCJ or what. I am worried that they might start heavier proceedings or take my stuff. Does anyone have any suggestions please.

I also want to challenge the CCJ as it consists of about £500 of bank charges but I think I need to sort out the A.O.E first.

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I would let sleeping dogs lie if it was me.


I am not sure how long a CCJ remains enforceable if it is not enforced ( if you see what I mean ) and if the original creditor has not pushed the court and you have not been evasive - after all they can find out your new employer details quite easily - then I would not do anything.


I think the standard six years applies - hopefully someone will correct me if I am wrong.


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