If a T is evicted through the courts...

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  • If a T is evicted through the courts...

    will they then have a CCJ against them?

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    Not necessarily. What people colloquially call a 'County Court Judgment' is in fact an entry on the Register of unsatisfied County Court Judgments.
    This pre-supposes that:
    a. L has obtained a money judgment against T; and
    b. T has not paid it.
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    • #3
      And usually a possession order obtained through a S8 hearing will carry a court order for money (i.e. a judgment or CCJ) for outstanding rent and costs.

      That too is entered on the aforesaid register.

      Note that S21 possession proceedings carry no award of a CCJ - its possession only though there might be an award for costs (i.e. summons fee) usually.

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