CCJ info search
CCJ Information Retrieval
- Searches the UK CCJ database for registered County Court Judgment information
- County Court Judgments (CCJs) are court adjudications that determine a debt is due
- CCJs and high court judgments remain on the Register of Judgments, Orders, and Fines for 6 years
How It Works:
Findukpeople offers a comprehensive CCJ information retrieval service. Our expert team conducts searches in the UK CCJ database to identify any registered County Court Judgments. A County Court Judgment, commonly referred to as a CCJ, is a legal determination made by a court after considering the facts of a case, establishing that a debt is owed.
CCJs and high court judgments are recorded in the Register of Judgments, Orders, and Fines, where they remain for a period of 6 years. Our diligent search process ensures that you obtain accurate and up-to-date CCJ information.
We strive to deliver results in a timely manner. While our service typically takes up to 30 working days to complete, we aim to provide the outcome within 7 working days for most cases. However, complex or evasive cases may require additional time, extending the timescale to 30 working days. We understand the importance of timely access to CCJ information for legal and financial matters.
Our investigative services operate on an "if found" basis, where fees cover the research time invested in the search. Due to variations in individual financial circumstances and data sources, report contents may differ. Our service includes up to three property ownership searches in England & Wales for financial background or pre-litigation reports. Please note that prices exclude VAT, and data availability depends on our third-party datasets.
While we strive to deliver accurate information, our reports may not fully reflect the subject's current status or asset ownership, as we rely on third-party data sources and associated investigations. To comply with UK data protection regulations, we do not provide personal data such as bank account details, National Insurance data, DVLA data, or HMRC data sources. Your search will be conducted with utmost confidentiality and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
We recommend consulting a solicitor or relevant professionals for a comprehensive understanding and interpretation of the reports. By purchasing our services, you indicate your agreement to this disclaimer and our standard terms of service.