Dear Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service,
under general correspondance in the public interest could you please answer
are liability orders or summary details ever archived in case they are required after a disposal date .who would archive them ?
at the very least i believe a number and a amount should be archived somewhere can you confirm this please
in the circumstances of a extension of the limitation act on any extendable circumstances can the date and summary of a liability order number be retrieved from anywhere.the date of and summary of the liability order required is 2010
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