A County Court Judgment (CCJ) is a type of court order in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland that might be registered against you if you fail to repay money you owe. It is legally binding and if you do not deal with it in some way, then you risk having your property or other assets legally seized.
What is a CCJ (County Court Judgement)?
What will happen if I am taken to court and lose the case?
If you are taken to court and it is ruled the parking charge was correctly issued, a County Court Judgment (CCJ) will be issued to you in England and Wales or a Decree in Scotland.
What action can be taken against me for failing to pay a CCJ or Decree?
If you still fail to settle the matter, a parking company has numerous enforcement options they can take against you.