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Old 10 May 2012, 17:44   #331
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Just as a point of interest for those who have obtained CCJ's against this person, that unless you have paid (50 I think) to the Court to have the CCJ registered it won't appear on his credit file, and thus others who do a search against him won't find anything detrimental, and may end up with an issue. A little quirk of the CCJ system I'm afraid.
This isn't correct. With a few exceptions, unless paid in full within 28 days CCJs automatically go on the register and stay there for six years. If it's paid after the 28 days the CCJ remains on the register but is marked as "satisfied". More details here: CCJs: What are they? - Trust Online

Once you have a judgement in your favour you do need to pay to have it enforced by one of several methods. Maybe that is what you are thinking of?
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If your judgement is for 600 or more (including court fees) then transfer it up to the High Court and get some decent bailiffs onto it.

Magistrates Court bailiffs are generally hopeless but High Court Enforcement Officers are paid on results
OK, if anyone does have a judgement over 600 including court costs then I recommend that you get in touch with The Sherrifs Office and get them on the case.

I've just used them (for something not related to RIBs) and they did in a few weeks what the County Court bailliffs failed to do in months. There are of other companies out there offering similar services, but I've been very impressed with this lot. Just wish I'd known about them sooner!
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This isn't correct. With a few exceptions, unless paid in full within 28 days CCJs automatically go on the register and stay there for six years. If it's paid after the 28 days the CCJ remains on the register but is marked as "satisfied". More details here: CCJs: What are they? - Trust Online

Once you have a judgement in your favour you do need to pay to have it enforced by one of several methods. Maybe that is what you are thinking of?
I'm not totally incorrect, as I'll explain.

I had taken two actions against an individual, one being a money judgement. I later discovered that whilst both orders were enforceable to have the CCJ registered as a CCJ, my legal representative should have advised me to take two separate actions. The issue with that is it is double the cost.

I single action for money (a CCJ) will be registered.

Sorry for any confusion. .
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OK, if anyone does have a judgement over 600 including court costs then I recommend that you get in touch with The Sherrifs Office and get them on the case.

I've just used them (for something not related to RIBs) and they did in a few weeks what the County Court bailliffs failed to do in months. There are of other companies out there offering similar services, but I've been very impressed with this lot. Just wish I'd known about them sooner!
Does this apply to a CCJ judgement from @ 2008?, I had a dealer who didn't pay me for a ski that was sold by him under brokerage, he closed up and kept the money after being found guilty of running a business when banned and not filing or paying HMRC.
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Our friend Dan is now Outboard Motors Europe Ltd out of Soham Cambs. He isn't a lot better, had to get a CCJ for payment..........wish I'd been here before I dealt with him :-(
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The blokes a crook. Cambridge outboards, outboards 12 (ebay), outboard spares etc etc dan cooper is one of lifes dregs !!
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The blokes a crook. Cambridge outboards, outboards 12 (ebay), outboard spares etc etc dan cooper is one of lifes dregs !!
Outboards 12 eh!

I was just talking about him the other day, both myself and my pal have both had bits bought by this lad and have not been paid, yet he still has 100% feedback?

Have you seen some of the prices he expects to get for parts? Mad money.
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If he keeps this up it is surely only a matter of time before karma, actively enforced or not, catches up with him. The Internet has made the world, never mind the UK, a very small place!

Either that or he is getting a very unlucky reputation through circumstance.
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If he keeps this up it is surely only a matter of time before karma, actively enforced or not, catches up with him. The Internet has made the world, never mind the UK, a very small place!

Either that or he is getting a very unlucky reputation through circumstance.
Anybody near Cambridge able to get a photograph of this cowboy ??
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I'm not totally incorrect, as I'll explain.

I had taken two actions against an individual, one being a money judgement. I later discovered that whilst both orders were enforceable to have the CCJ registered as a CCJ, my legal representative should have advised me to take two separate actions. The issue with that is it is double the cost.

I single action for money (a CCJ) will be registered.

Sorry for any confusion. .
I have had dealings with these type of dirty bstds before with my mates boat the only register u should put them on is the AE register
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