Other than the lack of ability to obtain credit, what implications does a ccj have on a limited company? We have been trying to resolve a dispute with a creditor with whom we already have a Tomlin order, and they are refusing to be reasonable, and are insistent on filing for judgement against us. I have offered them additional funds towards what we owe them, and have expressed the gravity of the situation but they are just not interested. So, what I’m left wondering is, does a court offer the option of paying a ccj by affordable instalments when the defendant is a Ltd company, or does the judgement simply require payment in full? If we end up with a CCJ against our company, and we can only pay by instalments, how does that affect us as a business? I am trying to stay positive but this is becoming increasingly more difficult and I’m contemplating just giving up and closing the doors.