Enforcing Court Judgments

How do you enforce a County Court Judgment?

County Court Judgments (CCJ's) are registered and can create difficulties for the debtor in the future in obtaining credit. However, the obtaining of the CCJ will not guarantee you receive payment of the sums awarded to you. You may need to take action to enforce the judgment.

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There are various methods of enforcing CCJ's:

  • the instruction of High Court Enforcement Officer;
  • a charging order application against property owned by the debtor;
  • an attachment of earnings application if the debtor works in paid employment;
  • an application to freeze monies held in a bank account owned by the debtor (known as a third-party debt order application)
  • insolvency procedures.

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