|Last Updated: 19 October 2000||
Simple Search - Example 1
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Example 1. Using Defendants Name to Find Case Details
Use the following steps to find all Cases relating to a Defendant. It doesnt matter whether you use capital letters or not, as Forster, forster and FORSTER are regarded as the same.
1 On the Home Page, click on Simple Search
2 In the Cases or Breaches box select Cases.
3 Click on Continue
4 In the Search Item box select Defendant's name.
5 Click on Continue
6 In the Enter (part of) text field type the Defendant's Name.
If you know the Defendant's complete name, type it in full - E.g. Botary Construction Ltd
If you only know part of the Defendant's name, enter what you know. E.g. Botary
The search will be done using the complete text you entered, i.e. Botary Ltd, will return Results with "Botary Ltd" as the Defendants Name, NEITHER "Botary" nor "Botary Construction Ltd" will appear in the Results List.
7 Click on Go to begin your search.
8 In a few moments, a hit list of Cases about the Defendant you entered, is displayed.
9 Click on the Case Number to view the Case in more detail. E.g. Offence Date, Total Fine, Location of Offence and HSE Details.
10 Use the Back button on the Toolbar, to return to the list of Cases
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