Administration Order

The debt must be less than £5,000 for you to be eligible for an Administration Order. You make one payment a month to your local court.
What is an Administration Order?

An Administration Order is a way to deal with debt if you have a County Court or High Court judgment against you and you can’t pay in full.

The debt must be less than £5,000 for you to be eligible for an Administration Order. You make 1 payment a month to your local court. The court will then divide this money between your creditors. Creditors listed on the Administration Order can’t take any further action against you without the court’s permission.

How an Administration Order works
You can apply to the County Court for an Administration Order if:

A judge will decide whether to grant an Administration Order. Depending on the situation, the judge might ask you to go to a court hearing. If the Order is agreed, all your debts are dealt with together. You make regular monthly payments to the court for the full amount you owe to all your creditors.

The court then distributes the money between them.
Your creditors are not allowed to get in touch with you without the court’s permission.

You might be able to apply to County Court for an Administration Order if you:
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