Why is a CCJ still appearing on my Dun & Bradstreet Report, although the Judgment has been satisfied?
If you have had a CCJ (County Court Judgment) filed against your business, this will appear within the Dun & Bradstreet Report. If the CCJ was settled within 30 days of registration, this will be removed from the register. In this instance, the CCJ will no longer impact your Dun & Bradstreet Rating, once the update has taken effect.
Once the notification has been received and processed the CCJ will be removed from the record. If the CCJ was settled after 30 days of it being registered, and upon proof of settlement you may request a Satisfaction Notice from the Court, once issued the CCJ will no longer have any impact on the Dun & Bradstreet score, however, it will remain on the Dun & Bradstreet Report for a maximum period of 6 years.
For further information on the Satisfaction process, please refer to Registry Trust Ltd. Registry Trust is a not-for-profit company which operates the Register of Judgments, Orders and Fines for England and Wales on behalf of the Ministry of Justice, as well as similar registers for Scotland, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and Jersey.