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Assuming you do not contest the claim then the ccj should be paid ASAP. However when you are paying the ccj you should ask the creditor whether they will set aside the judgment. If they say no seek written confirmation from them that you have paid the judgment because this will be needed when you apply for a certificate of satisfaction.
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Assuming you understand what I have stated the effect of the certificate of satisfaction is it will show on your records that the ccj has been satisfied.
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