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CCJ

(in England) abbreviation for
(Law) county court judgment
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Over the past four years, the number of CCJs has risen by almost two thirds (59%), with over one million issued in 2016.
A CCJ is handed down from a court when an individual owes money and has defaulted on repayments.
This construction of the CCJ at the crossroads of two different developments is central for the analysis of its authority and highlights the Court's two relatively different constituencies and operational contexts.
Traditional evaluation of the CCJ on these studies relies heavily on Harris lines [8].
In acute paediatric CCJ injury, MRI is the imaging modality of choice for detailed assessment of the integrity of the ligaments, presence of REH and relations of the components of the CCJ.
En depit du fait que ses avis ne sont que consultatifs, le CCJ a son role a jouer aupres des decideurs, qui en ont besoin pour avoir la visibilite necessaire sur les mesures a prendre.
As part of the deal, CCJ has inked credit agreements with The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ and MCFA, where The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi will extend it a JPY722m term loan and an up to JPY1.
The CCJ was inaugurated on April 16, 2005 at Queen's Hall in Port of Spain, the capital of Trinidad and Tobago.
Besides Truckers News, its Trucking Media Group includes Overdrive and CCJ Magazine, while the company's Construction Media Group produces Equipment World and Top Bid magazines.
The CCJ, the largest journalist organization in the country, noted that no Cambodian reporters have been killed since 2000.
I have one CCJ (county court judgment) to my name so when I saw the advert, I thought this company might be able to help,' he said.