Police Caution

Posted on 4 June 2010 by phil


I just got a police caution for a breach of a byelaw and it is non recordable.

Would this be a problem with some lenders?

Phil

I do not believe that this should give you any problems with Lenders or Insurers.

The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 enables some criminal convictions to be ignored after a rehabilitation period. The Act was extended to cover police cautions in 2008 and a caution is considered to be spent as soon as it is given.

Peter

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