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Sky: U K Debt Judgments Break All The Records

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Debt Judgements Soar

Updated: 09:49, Friday September 08, 2006
The number of people with County Court Judgments soared between April and June to record
the largest rise for 16 years.
Some 165,000 people received CCJs in the second quarter of 2006, up by 25,000 on the same period in 2005.
This 18% increase represents the largest rise since 1990 when mortgage repossessions were near their peak, according to the Registry Trust..../
These debt judgments will stay on a person's credit record for six years unless the outstanding debt is cleared in a month.

The Miracle Economy and its aftermath. :o

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Debt Judgements Soar

Updated: 09:49, Friday September 08, 2006
The number of people with County Court Judgments soared between April and June to record
the largest rise for 16 years.
Some 165,000 people received CCJs in the second quarter of 2006, up by 25,000 on the same period in 2005.
This 18% increase represents the largest rise since 1990 when mortgage repossessions were near their peak, according to the Registry Trust..../
These debt judgments will stay on a person's credit record for six years unless the outstanding debt is cleared in a month.

The Miracle Economy and its aftermath. :o

It's getting scary. 'More steam Mr Bains!'

my new sig seems relevant-

'The Man Who Paid Off His Overdraft' -Old joke, modern fantasy?

http://www.kingscourtgalleries.co.uk/artwork.php?b=581

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Some 165,000 people received CCJs in the second quarter of 2006, up by 25,000 on the same period in 2005.

This 18% increase represents the largest rise since 1990 when mortgage repossessions were near their peak, according to the Registry Trust..../

Are there any more detailed figures - how many of these are house purchase-related and how many are just people who've gone stupid on their credit cards or fallen for a dodgy loan advertised on TV?

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