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TOPIC: ESA outstanding appeal

Re:ESA outstanding appeal 7 years 9 months ago #77020

Thanks Gordon for clarifying that for me.
I was propably afraid that they may change the latest decision. I have been in the WRAG for over 2 yrs and finally decided to appeal as my condition will not change. Thank you for the guides I used them for the first when completing my latest ESA50 form.
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Re:ESA outstanding appeal 7 years 9 months ago #77024

Gordon wrote:

Since the Decision to put them in the SG is a new one, it limits any revision of the March Decision that placed them in the WRAG. Even if the Tribunal decided that they were not even eligible for the WRAG, the new Decision stands.

Gordon

Just to confirm, if the Tribunal believes your WRAG award may be in danger, they are obliged to tell you so you can withdraw your appeal.

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Re:ESA outstanding appeal 7 years 8 months ago #78595

Appeal is going ahead, at what point would they inform me if my WRAG award is in danger?
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Re:ESA outstanding appeal 7 years 8 months ago #78596

Daydreamer wrote:

Appeal is going ahead, at what point would they inform me if my WRAG award is in danger?
Daydreamer

Only when the hearing is held.

The members of the panel will not evaulate your evidence and submission until immediately prior to your hearing (whether you are atteding or not), it is at this point that they are required to inform you if they believe that your existing award may be effected, so that you have the opportunity to withraw the appeal.

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Re:ESA outstanding appeal 7 years 8 months ago #78597

Many thanks
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