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    Please help

    I have been given a CCJ . Started paying monthly.. I have been told that a charging order is on its way and the paper work
    will be sent soon by a court. This is to secure the total loan as the monthly payments are minimal.

    Any advice Is there anything I can do. .
    as to what I should do
    Thanks
    WAT
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    Re: ccj and charging orders

    It's not an unusual scenario when a CCJ is in place and only small payments are being made.
    How much was the judgement for?

    nem
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      Re: ccj and charging orders

      The total debt was 8000 pnds. Paying 20 nds per month by STO.
      Thank you for prompt reply

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      • #4
        Originally posted by wat View Post
        Re: ccj and charging orders

        The total debt was 8000 pnds. Paying 20 nds per month by STO.
        Thank you for prompt reply
        Is there a way of paying a part of the debt to get the Second charge on the house released.and the debt written off.
        They did offer paying the full amount in three installments within 3 months.This was some time back.
        But can not afford it.
        How would I negotiate a payment to satisfy above.

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