Debtors: Frequently Asked Questions

How can I find out how much money I still owe on my civil debt?

A debt was ordered against me without my knowledge, how can I appeal this?

I have received a summons for a civil hearing, do I need to attend?

Why was a court bailiff at my property?

How can I find out how much money I still owe on my civil debt?

You will need to contact the judgment creditor for this, as payment is made directly to them and the Ministry of Justice does not have an up-to-date record of any civil debt.

A debt was ordered against me without my knowledge, how can I appeal this?

You need to contact the Court or Tribunal where the original order was made.

You may want to consider seeking legal advice about your options.

I have received a summons for a civil hearing, do I need to attend?

Yes, if you have been summoned to a civil hearing, you must attend in person.

Failure to do so could result in a warrant for your arrest.

Why was a court bailiff at my property?

If you have an outstanding civil debt, the judgment creditor may have applied for civil enforcement action against you.

Civil Warrant to Seize

For additional information related to your case please contact us on 0800 233 222.