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TOPIC: Going to Appeal

Going to Appeal 6 days 9 hours ago #216166

can you tell me how much notice you get for appeal date. I know it takes long time to come through.. Do you normally get a weeks, months notice.
i need to get doctor and consultant letter I think but dont want to get them too soon as I already have sixteen consultants letter, the last one dated October 2017 these have been ignored and I am wondering if they have been ignored because of date. i want to get the others for appeal as late as possible, I think
Thanks Mark

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Going to Appeal 6 days 7 hours ago #216183

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Unless you opted for a short notice hearing then you should get at least 14 days notice.

Any submission and evidence must be with the Tribunal Service no later than 10 days before the hearing or you risk it being excluded.

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