Statutory debt

This topic includes information resources that provide information on statutory debt. The phrase statutory debt is used to describe any debt, other than debts relating to taxes, that may be owed to a statutory body such as a government department, local authority or court. It includes information on benefit and tax credit overpayments, child support and maintenance, court fines. motoring penalty charges and student loans.

Categories

Benefit overpayments (24 items)

Includes information resources relating to benefit overpayments and related issues.

Child Support and court maintenance debts (30 items)

Includes information on child support and court maintenance debts and related issues.

Court fines (29 items)

Includes information resources on the level of and non-payment of court fines.

Motoring Penalty Charges (21 items)

Includes information resources relating to motoring penalty charges including levels of and non-payment of parking and congestion charges.

Social Fund loans (23 items)

Includes information resources on the levels of social fund borrowed and outstanding.

Student loans (27 items)

Includes information relating to the levels of borrowing, repayments and outstanding levels of student loans.