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Can you/ should you work in a professional capacity with a CCJ.

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By sarahg
12th May 2021 15:15

Why are you asking on here, what does the relevant Institute say?

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
12th May 2021 15:22

Is this for Boris?

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By LW64
13th May 2021 08:49

Was having a cynical moment!

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By Truthsayer
12th May 2021 15:53

Carrie, is that you?

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By thevaliant
12th May 2021 15:55

A good post about this on Reddit:

"The image showing the claim number has a 16 prefix. This means the claim was very likely issued through Money Claim Online, the web portal for simple and straightforward claims.

MCOL cases never go in front of a judge or member of court staff, they are all automated. Therefore I could see it being plausible that someone issued a claim against Boris for a laugh . The day after you submit a claim via MCOL an N1 claim form will be printed and dropped in the post. Since I suspect Downing Street receives a ton of post, much of which will be people writing in green ink threatening legal action against the PM/Queen/Illuminati/etc it's entirely possible the Claim Form was missed or just binned.

After 14 days pass, if the Claim hasn't been responded to, you can go back onto MCOL and request Default Judgment on the basis of no response from the defendant. Again it's all entirely automatic - a Judgment Order will be automatically generated, popped in the post and a copy of the Judgment electronically transmitted to Registry Trust to add to the Register of Judgments. As with the claim, no human being in the Court Service will have ever had any involvement or even seen the case or the paperwork.

I'm not saying that's what has definitely happened here, but it's not uncommon for this to happen to people. Especially if the Claim Form or the Judgment Order get lost in the post, then the first someone knows about the matter may be when the bailiff turns up.

The debt appears to be £535 which means Boris may luck out - if the debt was above £600 then the claimant would be able to have the debt transferred to the High Court so the High Court Enforcement Officers can be instructed. They have more powers than County Court bailiffs, who are about as useful as chocolate teapots."

It was a Robo claim. That was missed..... nothing really to see.

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By LW64
13th May 2021 08:45

Thanks for the lesson in CCJs, vey useful to those of us with no experience of them.

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By williams lester accountants
13th May 2021 13:33

thevaliant wrote:

Therefore I could see it being plausible that someone issued a claim against Boris for a laugh .

Has Mr. Cummings really got nothing better to do!

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