An Administration Order might be a suitable debt solution if you already have a County Court judgment (CCJ) or a High Court ruling against you and you cannot repay your debt in full. The court decides what part of your debt you must pay (all or only part of it), how high the monthly payment will be and how long the repayment period will be. The debt must be less than £5,000. There’s a court fee each time you make a payment which could be up to 10% of the total of your debt. You make one payment a month to your local court. The court will 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. Your Administration Order is visible in the Register of Judges, Orders and Fines and is usually deleted after six years. It is also marked satisfied if you have repaid the entire debt.