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I was taken to court by a credit card company who failed to supply a signed copy of the agreement.


Regardless of this the Judge issued a CCJ anyway, I failed to pay the money as I could not afford it.


I have heard nothing from the court or the credit card company but received a letter from the Land Registry stating that a Charge Order has been ordered by the court and that the order is included.


There is not court order included with the letter even though it says there is and as I have mentioned I have heard nothing from the court whatsoever!


Is there anything I can do about this?

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  • 4 weeks later...

I have just received a letter from the court for a hearing on Tuesday (I've recently moved out of my house and have been unable to get my mail for the past few weeks).


I can't believe that it has come to this and I need to know what I can do; if anything to stop this from going through - can anyone help please?

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You'll need to oppose the Charging Order application.


Have a look at the links below on Charging Orders and what grounds you may oppose them -


Insolvency Helpline

National Debtline


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