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If a person residing in a property gets a CCJ against their

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If a person residing in a property gets a CCJ against their name will this cause the property address to be black listed therefore puting the property owners credit worthiness at risk and creating inconvenience and defamation of character?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: UK Law
Expert:  A. Stewart replied 8 years ago.
Hi

No, even if a person residing in a property gets a CCJ against their name, the property would not be blacklisted or affect the credit worthiness of the property owner in any way.

It would only affect the credit worthiness of the person against whom the CCJ is registered.

Hope this helps.

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