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CCJ

abbreviation for COUNTY COURT judgment.
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Melanie Taylor, from the Debt Advisory Centre, said: "Having a Court Decree or CCJ granted against you is worrying for a number of reasons.
As this article shows, this theory works well for explaining the authority of the CCJ, which empirically has evolved from narrow authority to intermediate authority.
Additionally, Type III occipital condyle fractures are known to result from distractive injuries to the CCJ and their presence should prompt further investigation to insure no further injury to the CCJ is present.
Radiography in the setting of isolated ligamentous injury of the CCJ rarely yields an abnormality.
Selon elle, le CCJ pourra etre composee de deux chambres: une pour les jeunes et une pour l'action associative.
The establishment of the CCJ is certainly a landmark event in the history of the Caribbean.
But then I was informed I would have to send pounds 100 to process my claim and clear the CCJ.
Professor McGovern's point is that perhaps the SJI could fund the National Center for State Courts or the CCJ to establish an institutional vehicle to share information and provide support.
David, from Dunfermline, near Edinburgh, said: "A combination of the CCJ, my being paid partly on commission and my wife being in a fairly new job meant our old lender, the Halifax, suddenly turned us down for a mortgage under a new credit-scoring system.
CCJ contracts with Cermak Health Services (CHS)* to provide medical services, including routine syphilis screening, to arrestees at CCJ.
We are very pleased that BlueScope selected CCJ to provide activated carbon for its pollution control needs," commented Allan Singleton, vice president-Asia, at Calgon Carbon.