My vague impression that's based on nothing necessarily in particular is that they typically use parties' respective names and addresses as identifiers, but have heard it suggested that parties to a civil case also must provide their dates of birth.

Perhaps this is so that they may be supplied to the register of debts and judgments etc in case of unpaid CCJs and correlated with debtors' credit files?

What information do civil courts actually require and use to identify parties?


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