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A Notice of Rescission or Amendment of Order Limiting Disclosure refers to a legal document that signifies the revocation or modification of a court order that previously restricted the disclosure of certain information or documents.

In certain situations, a company may seek a court order to limit the disclosure of specific information or documents. This could be done for various reasons, such as protecting sensitive commercial or confidential information, safeguarding trade secrets, or maintaining privacy.

However, circumstances may change or new developments may arise that warrant the rescission or amendment of the initial court order. When this happens, a Notice of Rescission or Amendment of Order Limiting Disclosure is filed with the court to inform relevant parties of the change.

The notice typically provides information about the nature of the initial court order, including the specific information or documents that were subject to restrictions. It also outlines the reasons for the rescission or amendment and may detail any new conditions or guidelines for the disclosure of previously restricted information.

The purpose of the notice is to inform parties involved, such as creditors, shareholders, and other interested parties, that the restrictions on disclosure have been lifted or altered. It ensures transparency and allows affected parties to access information that was previously restricted.

It is important for all stakeholders to carefully review the Notice of Rescission or Amendment of Order Limiting Disclosure to understand the new guidelines or conditions for disclosure. Compliance with the revised court order is essential to ensure legal and regulatory compliance, while respecting any legitimate interests in confidentiality or protection of sensitive information.

These notices are filed with Companies House against the registered company number. All UK company liquidation notices and updates are tracked centrally by Doorda.