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CCJ Help, need cert of satisfaction

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Hello,

 

I am wanting to join the forces and I have a CCJ, it is quite small and am fine to pay it... (I have no choice to be fair!) as I need a certificate of satisfaction and quite quick.

 

One question, who should I pay? the court? the person who filed the debt originaly?

 

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You need to ask the court for a certificate of satisfaction once you have paid the debt (it used to be a couple of pounds, but I suspect the fee has gone up)

 

Has it been more than 28 days since the CCJ was registered?


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Yes, the CCJ was filed about 5 years ago :-o

 

So I am not able to just pay the court? I need to pay the debtor (DVLA) then get them to send me something that I then send to the court?

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Give your local court a ring and ask them - they're usually helpful


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I think I will give it a try, on my credit file it gives information of some batch admin place that the CCJ is held at Northampton Ccb?

 

Maybe they take payments, ill give them a call when they are open.

 

Does anyone have experiance with timescales from payment to recieving the cert?

 

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hi. you have to pay DVLA direct.and get receipt.depends how fast they get that to you.

 

send your receipt into the court,quoting court number.

 

and enclose payment of £10 for certificate.

 

if you send registered,£10 in cash they will post out same day.

if cheque they wait for clearance first.

 

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