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pdftotext from poppler-0.6.4/ xpdf 3.02 gives a decent result for me:
IN THE NEWCASTLE COUNTY COURT Claim No 8NE00169 between MILLER HOMES LIMITED Claimant and EDEN PROPERTIES LIMITED Defendant Proceedings in the above matter will be heard at the Newcastle upon Tyne County Court at The Law Courts, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne on:− Date: 4th day of April 2008 Time: 10.30am Any person having an interest in these proceedings and intending to appear should do so on the above date. The Claimant’s solicitors are Ward Hadaway of Sandgate House, 102 Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 3DX, tel: 0191 204 4000, ref: EF.JJ.MIL181.2751

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