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What is County Court Judgement

This is when a judgement has been made against someone in the county court or small claim court. They have found in favour of their opponent and they owe them an outstanding amount of money. This is recorded by the credit agencies and when you pay, the debt is marked as paid. After a period of time you can ask for the record to be removed.

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