Getting started with the CCJ (County Court Judgement) simple web service

This site supplies details on how to utilise our CCJ web service. However, if you do need any support in getting started, please contact our web service support team who are available 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday.

T 029 2067 8555
E ukcustomersupport@lexisnexis.com

Alternatively, if you have an account manager, you can contact them directly.

To utilise the CCJ web service, please follow the steps below.

CCJ web service pre-requisites

The CCJ web service utilises REST transfer protocol, and to be able to access this service you must ensure:

Step 1 – Setting up an account

To set up an account for the CCJ web service, please contact our web services support team using the details below.

T 029 2067 8555
E ukcustomersupport@lexisnexis.com

Step 2 – Sending a request

To access records via the CCJ web service, you will need to make a request to our web servers. The request should be sent via HTTPS and contain the values on which you wish to base your CCJ search.

Please review the sending a request webpage for a detailed breakdown of what you need to do to send a request.

Step 3 – Receiving a response

Following the request being made, the CCJ web service will supply a response in sub-second time. If the service successfully matches the information provided in the request to one or more CCJ records a Y flag will be returned, otherwise an N flag will be returned.

For a breakdown of what a response will contain, please visit the receiving a response page.

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