Registry Trust

What is Registry Trust?

Registry Trust is the official registrar for the Register of Judgments, Orders and Fines, and is responsible for providing court judgment information to the Credit Reference Agencies .

The information reported by Registry Trust includes County Court Judgments (CCJs) and High Court Judgments (HCJs) from courts in England and Wales, Scottish sheriff court decrees, and judgments from Northern Ireland, Jersey, and Isle of Man.


Q: How Can I See What’s Held by Registry Trust?

A: To check whether businesses or individuals have had CCJs, HCJs or other court orders, you can check online at trustonline.org.uk

Alternatively, you can see everything that’s reported about you by checking your Credit Report. If you haven’t already, you can try checkmyfile FREE for 30 days, then for just £14.99 a month afterwards, which you can cancel at any time. You’ll get complete access to the UK’s most detailed Credit Report, and support from our professionally-qualified Credit Analysts.

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