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Re:DLA 8 years 2 months ago #65715

  • originaldave
Jima1 wrote:

I had to have two interviews to be a DLA Tribunal Member, one was with the then called Independent Tribunals Service (now called the Tribunals Service) Regional Chairman (now called Regional Judges), and another with a senior lawyer from the Dept of Justice.

When the ITS became part of the judiciary, I had to re-apply for my appointment, again after 2 very 'stiff' interviews and only 70% were re-appointed.

Are you still a JP ?

No too sick .. one of my health problems prohibits me being one .... not my eyes :blink:

stiff is the word I would use too

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Re:DLA 8 years 2 months ago #65807

We will write to tribunal and ask for the explanation. He's been ill for six years. Just wish we had applied sooner as he's now turned 65. I wish we had have had representation as I feel we have had to go through the whole process to learn the in and outs.

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