Enforcement of CCJ against tenant in receipt of Universal Credit

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    Enforcement of CCJ against tenant in receipt of Universal Credit

    Hello All

    I have a tenant who has moved out of my property and has left around £2,000 of arrears. Has anybody has experience of enforcing a CCJ against a tenant in receipt of Universal Credit?

    I'm aware there is a process for claiming arrears through UC if the tenant remains in the property, or getting an attachment to earnings if the tenant is working. Is it possible to claim a CCJ through the UC System

    #2
    See the first document here, "Court fines: application for deductions from Universal Credit":

    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...iversal-credit

    See also the 'Related Content' on the right of the page.

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