CCJS

AcronymDefinition
CCJSCanadian Centre for Justice Statistics (Statistics Canada)
CCJSCriminology and Criminal Justice (various universities)
CCJSCollege of Criminal Justice (various schools)
CCJSCenter for Catholic-Jewish Studies (Saint Leo University)
CCJSCleveland College of Jewish Studies (now Siegal College of Judaic Studies; Ohio)
CCJSCentral Command Joint Security
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Joanna Elson OBE, chief executive of the Money Advice Trust, the charity who run National Debtline, said: "The relentless rise in CCJs in recent years highlights the precarious state of many households' financial positions and the need for people to receive debt advice at an earlier stage."
Businesses facing this more serious distress level are those which have had winding up petitions or CCJs of more than PS5,000 taken out against them.
"Significant" distress, which relates to businesses with minor CCJs filed against them, or those showing a marked deterioration in key financial ratios, rose by 9% in the past three months and by 24% since the same period in 2016 to affect 20,169 businesses in the region.
Businesses in critical distress are those who have had winding up petitions or CCJs of more than PS5,000 taken out against them.
A basic check with NLA Tenant Check will include a CCJ search, address history, an ID check and alias name search, along with a bankruptcy or insolvency inquiry.
After the future of the policing budget became one of the key battlegrounds during the general election campaign, the CCJS said its findings meant that a public debate about police priorities was needed "more than ever".
Other media have alluded to the notion that as a government organization, CCJS has the authority to enforce a strict regulation for officers to request ancestry information.
The north west is one of the busiest regions for firms chasing debts through the courts, with CCJs between November 2007 and 2008 rising from 676 to 966, second only to London where 1,234 CCJ's were issued.
The number of County Court judgements (CCJ) served against large supermarkets seems to support anecdotal evidence from suppliers that supermarkets continue to employ unfair business practices relating to settling invoices.
In the first three months of the year 247,187 consumer debt related CCJs were issued, up 9.5 per cent on the total recorded in the same period a year earlier.