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1. The first thing you need to realise is that a debt is statute barred after six years of inactivity. So, if you did not pay any money towards the debt in six years, then the debt would be statute barred. Accordingly, if this CCJ was obtained without any proceedings being saved on you, then you should go back into court and have the judgment set aside on the basis you had a good defence of the Statute of limitations to any action on the debt. Essentially, what the creditor has sought to do here is to get a judgment, without notifying you of the proceedings, thereby not allowing you to plead the lapse of time as a defence to the debt. So, you should prevent them ignoring the rules of court in this way and instead get the CCJ set aside.
2. I would not advise you to write and seek a breakdown or any items supposedly purchased. Instead you shoudl seek to get the CCJ set aside. If nothing has happened since 2006, you will have a good defence of the Statute of Limitations.
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