Personal Administration Order Case Study for an individual owing less than £5,000

John Jones has had six County Court Judgments (CCJ's) made against him for £2800 in total. John also owes £2100 to five other creditors.

In relation to each of the six judgments the Court has asked John to pay separate monthly sums. When these separate sums are added together John cannot pay the amounts ordered by the Court.

To solve the problem John fills in the court form to request a personal administration order under which the Court will group all of John's creditors together (both the six creditors who have a CCJ and the five who have not taken John to court).

The court then considers John's monthly income and expenditure and then determines that the maximum he can pay each month is the sum of £100.

All of the individual Court orders against John are then replaced by the one payment ordered to be paid by him to the Court each month under the personal administration order.


Chris Parkman
Chris Parkman
BSc Hons, FABRP, MIPA, FCCA, Insolvency Practitioner

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