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Registry Trust was established in 1985 as a UK not for profit to maintain the Register of Judgments, Orders, and Fines for England & Wales, Isle of Man, Jersey, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Republic of Ireland. This data on monetary judgments (CCJs) is vital to the credit information sector and intrinsic to responsible lending and borrowing, informed business decisions, and public discussion on the economy and household finances in the UK & Ireland. We have developed products and services, and undertake activities which feed into our core mission of 'Public Data for Public Good'.
Registry Trust is open for business as usual during this time and we are prepared for all scenarios during the pandemic. We are taking all the necessary precautions to protect our staff and are working hard to ensure we continue to provide the best service. We anticipate a number of changes within the court service that may impact the number and type of records received. For the latest on changes to the court process please consult the HMCTS website. For changes to the enforcement process please consult the High Court Enforcement Officers Association. For jurisdictions outside of England & Wales please contact the relevant court service.
For customers who are interested in purchasing a bulk volume of data, there are a number of options that can provide extracts of data through to complete registers.
Leveraging decades of experience maintaining the accuracy and integrity of the national judgment registers, Registry Trust can help your organisation make better informed decisions by helping you gain insight from the data that underpins your operations.