If you have a Northern Ireland judgment registered against you, you will need to pay the judgment in full in order to have the judgment showing as satisfied.
If the judgment is not paid this will remain outstanding for six years from the date of the judgment – we do not currently hold partial settlement information.
If a judgment is paid within a calendar month of the judgment date and proof of payment is provided to us, we will remove the judgment.
If the Northern Ireland judgment is paid after a calendar month from the date of judgment, you can apply to have the judgment marked as satisfied, provided you send in your proof of payment to Registry Trust.
We require a receipt or an original letter from the Claimant on letter headed paper (where possible) which states:
- The defendants name and address the judgment was recorded against
• Case Number
• Court Name
• Amount of judgment
• 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
For a search of our register confirming the Northern Ireland judgment has been updated, you will need to submit a cheque for £6 made payable to Registry Trust, 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 case number and the defendant name has been noted on the electronic transfer.
We may need to contact the Claimant on your behalf if the proof of payment is insufficient.
Northern Ireland judgments marked as satisfied will remain on the public Register for six years from the date of the judgment.
The Register only contains details of judgements, including costs and cannot be updated when part payments are made. Any further information is available from the default or Small Claims Court division of the relevant County Court or High Court.