By Michael Collis, Dec 22 2019 03:55PM
The first quarter of 2019 saw a record high of more than 320,000 county court judgments (CCJs) against consumers in the England and Wales, according to the Registry Trust.
A total of 321,044 judgements were made against consumers in the first quarter of the year, a rise of five percent on the same quarter in 2018. The total number of adverse CCJs has risen year-on-year for the past six years. At the same time the average value of a consumer CCJ recorded over the quarter decreased by six percent to £1,398 compared to Q1 2018, which had been the lowest first quarter average on record. The total value of CCJs remained close to last year’s levels, decreasing by one percent to £448.7m.
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