CLCC

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CLCCCeramic Leaded Chip Carrier
CLCCCentre de Lutte Contre le Cancer
CLCCCeramic Leadless Chip Carrier
CLCCCentral London County Court (UK)
CLCCCombined Land Component Command
CLCCChinese Language and Culture Center (Troy, MI)
CLCCCombined Logistics Coordination Center (South Korea and US)
CLCCCentral London Congestion Charging Scheme (England, UK)
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The Central London County Court heard this week that Mr Ahuja also claims Andrews siphoned off PS55,000 that was owed to creditors and ploughed it into other companies.
It appealed and has lost again and been hit with another costs order, this time for more than [pounds sterling]2,300, after the hearing at the Central London County Court.
She told Central London county court: "I was constantly being stared at in the office."
But after a trial at Central London County Court, Judge Heather Baucher threw out the mum's claim against the rail infrastructure body.
"We say they slept in the same bed until he became ill, had sexual relations and were effectively a couple," said her barrister Mr Paul Infield at Central London County Court.
"However, these adjustments were not made, which resulted in a position where Mr Brown was unable to remain at the school," he told Central London County Court.
But Mr Bowen QC took THEM to court and they were ordered to pay PS1,550 in costs when a judge at central London County Court dismissed the case.
But Mr Bowen took the firm to court and it was ordered to pay PS1,550 in costs when a judge at central London County Court dismissed the case.
The disclosure that Norris has qualified for legal aid came during a hearing at Central London County Court yesterday.
Central London county court heard Michael, a former Royal Navy officer, was spending up to PS30,000 a month, including PS1,000 a week on groceries.
The UK's Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) confirmed that it had applied for an injunction against Wilson at the Central London County Court. "We have asked the court if it agrees with us that Wilson's lettings policy contains unlawful criteria and, if so, to issue an injunction," said EHRC chief executive Rebecca Hilsenrath.
Conversely, if the Chinese Government had commenced civil proceedings against these suspected smugglers, the Central London County Court would have had jurisdiction over this civil case.
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