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    I received a CCJ on my company due to a late gas bill payment
    I have now paid it
    How can i get the CCJ removed?
    Thank you

    "On my company" - so company (eg LeahMal Ltd, registered with companies houses) named on CCJ?? And for a residential let?

    What else does the company do (ie can we work out if it matters...)
    I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...


      IMO if the debt was not 'satisfied' within 28 days of the Judgement, you cannot remove it from your credit record. It will remain on for 6 years.


        Originally posted by mariner View Post
        IMO if the debt was not 'satisfied' within 28 days of the Judgement, you cannot remove it from your credit record. It will remain on for 6 years.
        agreed, but it's not "in mariners opinion", it is fact.


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