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Hello Alex, it was for £9100.
The Civil Procedure Rules state you have 1 month from date of Judgment at which point it can be cancelled.
You could apply to set the CCJ aside of the creditor will not object.
You could then write to the Court, make an application on the papers and it can be set aside.
Then you can notify the credit reference agencies and send them a copy of the Court order
If the creditor does not object you could TRY and set the CCJ aside on the basis it was not properly served.
It has to be served at your last known address - you were out the country and it was not
Therefore you could argue it was an 'irregular Judgment' and apply to set aside
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