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She was asked whether she had had a County Court Judgment (CCJ) issued against her.

The first time she applied she said No which would appear to be what Churchill called a "terminological inexactitude" because she had and it was unpaid.

The second time she said "No" because she "thought" that only an unpaid judgment had to be disclosed and the one against her had been met.

The wish was father to the thought? I am not saying that an applicant who has had and has satisfied a CCJ should necessarily be refused admission - but s/he should if it is not disclosed. If she cannot read and understand such a simple piece of English she is unfit for admission - and of course if she did understand it, even more so.

This result is absurd.

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