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TOPIC: Tribunal

Tribunal 6 months 1 week ago #206150

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Ms.Basset

Many congratulations on the award, well done.

It usually takes the DWP 5-8 weeks to process a Tribunal result, I would give them a call at the end of the week to make sure that they have received the Decision Notice.

Gordon

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Tribunal 5 months 4 weeks ago #206940

Hi, I rang after a week to see if award was being put into motion. The advise was it takes 28 days for case officer to decide whether they want to appeal tribunal award. Only then will I hear either way in a further 2 weeks. I naively thought the tribunal was final hurdle.

What is the criteria if you go out of country for 5 days? Must you inform DWP?

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Tribunal 5 months 3 weeks ago #207005

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Ms.Basset wrote: What is the criteria if you go out of country for 5 days? Must you inform DWP?


I can't tell you that you do not need to notify the DWP, but the reality is that it should not be an issue and you are well within the limits for doing so.

Gordon

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