Who is the Claimant?
The Claimant is the individual or organisation who have taken a money judgment out against you.
They may act for themselves in the case or they may instruct a solicitor to start court action on their behalf.
How do I find out who the Claimant is?
You will need to contact the Isle of Man Courts of Justice and quote the case number. The Court will be able to give you the relevant contact information for the Claimant and this will help you to obtain more information and pay them.
If you unaware of the serial number, you can do a search on TrustOnline.
I’ve paid the Claimant…now what?
If you have paid the Claimant, you will need to provide your proof of payment to the local Coroner’s Office, they will provide you with a Certificate of Satisfaction and you can send this document to the Isle of Man Courts of Justice.
Once the courts are notified they will send a notification to Registry Trust and the Register will be updated.
Alternatively you can send your proof of payment directly to us.
We require a letter from the Claimant on letter headed paper (where possible) which states the:
• Serial Number
• Date Paid in Full
Your original proof of payment can be sent by post to:
Registry Trust Ltd
153-157 Cleveland Street
Including a return address for us to send confirmation back to.
Or by email to email@example.com
We may need to contact the Claimant on your behalf if the proof of payment is insufficient.
For a search of our Register confirming the IOM Judgment has been updated, you will need to submit a cheque for £6 made payable to Registry Trust Ltd, for each named person or business at a specified address.
Alternatively, electronic payments can be made to:
Lloyds Bank Plc.
Account Name: Registry Trust Ltd
Account Number: 00436189
Sort Code: 309368
Please ensure that your serial number and the defendant name has been noted on the electronic transfer.
Do NOT pay Registry Trust Ltd the amount of your judgment.
Registry Trust Ltd are NOT the Claimants, therefore you would not pay the amount of the judgment to us.