Dear All and Mike,
As Mike mentioned us yesterday I wanted to reply on the legal
admissability of microfilm in both the UK and France. I meant to reply
yesterday but I was a bit tied up plus some of the information that I was
going to pass on to you all was with my contact in France and it still is!
- I just wanted to let you know that I haven't ignored the prompt and I
plan to e-mail this afternoon.
The Microfilm Shop
p.s. I hope Switzerland is treating you well Mike.
On Thu, 20 Feb 2003, Marsh, Mike wrote:
> Sorry I had an afer-thought! You could try asking the Micro-Film Shop, I am sure they would know, or be able to point you to contacts. Mike.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rod Stone [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: jeudi, 20. février 2003 11:07
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> Subject: Introduction/Legal Admissability of Microfilm in France
> First as requested an introduction as a new subscriber.
> I'm Senior Records Manager for ABN AMRO Bank. The main businesses of ABN
> AMRO in London are investment banking and asset management; its a "high
> street" bank in the Netherlands, US, Brazil and Thailand. Records
> Management provides document management "bureau" and off-site storage
> services to the London offices, and guidance on records and document
> management to the investment bank gobally.
> We have been asked for guidance on the legally admissability of microfilm
> in France. Does anyone know of any articles/ papers etc on the subject.
> Failing that can anyone point to the last word on the position in English
> law. Thanks.
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