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  1. To me it sounds as though data before August 2001 is not stored in a "relevant filing system" (a definition from the DPA) and therefore is not easily searchable. As such they require more context and information in order to locate such data. One of the letters suggests that the business was a partnership. Does the other partner have any records? Or information that would help Lloyds with tracing? Also, it looks as though you sent the SAR to their Andover address. You may wish to try the equivalent team within their Commercial Banking arm: Commercial Banking DSAR Team Lloy
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  2. First of all, I'm not convinced that any of these banks don't have records earlier then for instance, 2001. We know that the NatWest and the RBS have archives going back at least until 1994. About 10 years ago I met and interviewed a woman who was an archivist for Abbey National then Abbey eventually Santander. She told me that they keep all their records going back to 1933. She said that they were paper records and then in the 1960s they move to microfiche and then eventually to electronic records. Apparently they have/had an archive centre in Leighton Buzzard. I don't know if it still exists
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  3. can you pop your images upload into one pdf please and attach so we can then read them and zoom read upload ive done the pdf for you in post 8 please read the PM I've sent
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