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Hi All

Sorry didn't know where to post this....

Does anybody know how much it costs to get a certificate of satisfaction from Northampton County Court for a CCJ that has been paid (passed the 30 days/2 years old) so I can send the certificate to Experian, Equifax and call credit so they can show on there system the CCJ is satisfied and no longer active?

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https://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/northampton-business-centre/ccbc/frequently-asked-questions

 

You will need to scroll down the page so that you can use the links as I don't think they will work on a copy and paste.

 

 

How do I apply for a Certificate of Satisfaction?

 

Once the court has confirmation from the claimant's solicitor that the debt is paid in full, we will mark our records to confirm it is cancelled or satisfied. You may then apply to the Court for a certificate of satisfaction or cancellation. You may have to pay a court fee for the certificate. For more information about fees, please refer to booklet EX50 – Civil & Family Court Fees (High Court and County Court). This booklet lists the most common civil and family fees.

 

 

 

I think the fee is £15.00

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