Last updated: 28 March 2019
Credit Savvy provides credit file information from Experian, one of Australia’s official credit reporting bodies.
A court judgement is a decision by the court that requires you to pay your credit provider what you owe them plus any fees, charges, and interest.
Experian sources information about court judgements from public records. A court judgement will remain on your credit file for five years.
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