Accessing the Document Type Id Details - (especially the 'Name' element)

I am trying to access the Document Type details to use in the renaming of files - specifically the ‘Name’ element of the Document Type Id. I can use the Document Type Id like this in an Assign: docType = validatedClassificationResults(0).DocumentTypeId which works fine. But I sometimes have to rename the Document Type, which appears under ‘Name’ in the Taxonomy and in the name given in the classifiers - but I don’t know how to get that value to use in my docType variable. The underlying DocumentTypeId doesn’t change with the renaming. Please see the image where I have shown the original Document Type Id (“DocumentTypeTest”) and where I have renamed it (“Document Type Renamed”). Any help to access this value to use in my variables would be appreciated:


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