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What Is Statute Barred Debt?

The statute of limitations, often known as the Limitation Act 1980, specifies that a creditor has a limited time to pursue a debtor for payment. When the stipulated time limit passes, the debt becomes statute-barred.

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What Is A Warrant Of Control?

If a creditor successfully obtains a County Court Judgment (CCJ) against you and you don’t pay, the creditor may request a Warrant of Control from the court.

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How To Write Off Debt In The UK

In the United Kingdom, there are three methods to have your debt written off. Each has a unique mix of benefits and drawbacks, so assessing them against exceptional circumstances is critical.

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What Is A Discharged CCJ

Discharged judgments confirm you have satisfied a judgment against you in the statutory period and are removed from your credit report.

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How To Apply For A Government Crisis Loan Online

A Crisis Loan is a government loan that the UK offered to those who were experiencing financial problems; specifically to cover their daily living expenses.

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How To Deal With A Default Notice

It can be incredibly worrying to receive a default notice, but it’s important to take a second to breathe. You won’t be the first person to miss payments to a lender, and you certainly won’t be the last.

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