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That seems to be a most bizarre resolution. Why was it done?
The easiest way of dealing with this is to apply to court for an injunction to prevent the destruction of the records.
Write to the directors saying that unless they agree to immediately preserve and supply the records, you will apply to court for an emergency injunction to make them preserve and produce the records and he will ask the court to award costs against them if they don’t comply.
The threat will carry more weight if it comes from a solicitor. If you don’t get the reply within a couple of days at most, make the application to court.
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