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but it depends what you are looking for.... neither may get you what you want.. both may be futile...

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In terms of consequences for failure to comply a court order would often have more weight.


If you're talking about disclosure of documents;

A data protection request could cost you £10, you may have to wait up to 40 days, if the recipient doesn't comply you can complain to the ICO and after some time they may be given a telling off but you could still be without the information you seek.

A court ordered disclosure shouldn't cost any extra, the recipient will be given a date by which they should comply, in the event of failure the court has the power to apply penalties including striking out the claim/response.

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