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The Addicks signed six-foot-three defender Cort on a season-long loan from Championship side Burnley at the end of August 2011.
Born in South London, he started his career at Millwall and has enjoyed spells at Southend United, Crystal Palace, Hull City and Stoke City.
Brother of former Wimbledon and Newcastle United striker Carl, he was part of Hull City's League One promotion campaign in 2005 and Stoke City's rise to the Premier League in 2008.
After helping Stoke retain their place in the top flight, he moved to Burnley at the start of 2010 and played 15 of their final 16 games in the Premier League.
He went out on loan to Preston North End last season, making 11 appearances before their relegation to League One.
The defender will bring vital experience to the Addicks' promotion bid, having been purchased by the Championship Clarets from Stoke for £1.5m in January 2010, and he became the 17th signing made by Addicks boss Chris Powell over the summer.
Cort signed his first professional contract with Millwall in 1998, but made his name with Southend United, whom he represented 161 times during a three-year stay from July 2001.
Subsequently recruited by Hull, Cort was an integral figure in the Tigers' promotion to the Championship in 2005, and his impressive form earned him a £1.25m move to Palace in June 2006, where he won the club's player of the year award in 2007.
The departure of Eagles manager Peter Taylor led to a move to Stoke on loan, which became a club record £1.2m switch in January 2008, and he played a key role as the Potters were promoted to the Premier League at the end of the campaign.
After helping Stoke retain their place in the top flight in 2008/09, Cort moved to top-flight new boys Burnley at the start of 2010 and played in 15 of the final 16 Premier League matches of the season.
However, after the Clarets were relegated, he found opportunities limited and went out on loan to Preston North End last term, eventually making 13 appearances for the Lilywhites after initially signing on loan for a month in November.