The name shown on the entry is the name of the defendant, defender, respondent or offender. The name details in the record, appear as the claimant provided them to the court.
There will only be a date in this field where one has been supplied to the court (England and Wales only).
This is the name of the court responsible for the case.
Where a reference number is available, this is the reference by which the court may identify an individual case.
A date in this column will normally refer to the date of the judgment, decree or order.
However, in the case of a fines default it refers to the date of conviction. In the case of a Republic of Ireland registered judgment it refers to the date the judgment was registered in the Four Courts at Dublin.
This is the amount that the court has ordered to be paid.