They will still keep the records of the CCJ
for six years from the date of judgment, but their records will also show that the debt has been paid.
Although the CCJ
has only been in operation since 2005, the process toward establishing the Court dates back more than a century.
Dynamic traction fluoroscopy can help the treating surgeon understand the extent of instability at the CCJ
in this setting.
It is imperative that the retroclival area be well-included in the CT and MR imaging fields and that the reporting radiologist purposefully adds the CCJ
as a review area.
The first case heard by the CCJ
in its appellate jurisdiction was in August 2005 and involved a libel case from Barbados.
Turning to SJI, I believe the Board of SJI might be interested in supporting something that the CCJ
thought had a chance of imposing some order or predictability on mass tort litigation in state courts.
Arrestees with reactive serologies who met standard criteria for treatment were examined at the CCJ
STD clinic, usually within 3-5 days of testing.
As soon as a CCJ
is made by the court, it is usually entered in the Register of Judgments, Orders and Fines.
This paper outlines the demonstrated potential of the CCJ
to further the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME)--and regional integration more generally--by highlighting seminal passages from the first nine original jurisdiction decisions.
The original act which initiated the CCJ
all those years ago was, in contrast, "a leap of imagination and courage".
Failure to comply with the repayment terms of a judgment will see the debtor placed on the CCJ
register for six years, making it hard for them to get finance.
Costa Rica is on record as questioning the jurisdiction and formation of the CCJ
and as being thoroughly fed up with the performance of PARLACEN.