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Does this make sufficient sense?

At one stage many cases were published by Bailii, but withdrawn a few years later. Our systems collected and published links to these cases as they became available, but there is no easy way for us to remove them save by removing them as we come across them. 

We are doing this on a regular basis, but many remain.

The entries we have are held first in our database, and a version of that entry published to the website.

We are content to remove them. Please note that once they have been deleted from the website, it may take several days for them to disappear from caches of the site, and from search engines. This does however happen.

 

This topic was modified 2 years ago by David Swarbrick

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I am still finding cases on our database which have been withdrawn from Bailii. I try to react regularly to deal with each one properly, but I suspect there remains a long way to go.


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This does occasionally prove useful. Examples are where one of our users finds a case lsited (still) by us but is, within the present discussion 'lost'.

I then make a request to Joe Ury at Bailii who will usually be able to restore the case. It make me look good, but in reality it is the strength of the Bailii system which makes it work. I merely make the request.


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