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My son in law has Charcot Marie tooth and has had to undertake the whole process for mandatory reconsideration and is now awaiting a tribunal date. It has been six months and they are now taking his car back on Monday. How long does he have to wait for the tribunal. I am very worried about mental state in waiting for this appeal, he is very depressed, they have two toddlers 18 months and 3, and currently feels very "useless" the car gives him something that he can contribute to the family (my daughter doesn't driver) but she has to help them all get dressed do up shoes etc etc. I am very worried about them and the stress this is causing them as a family. Is there any way that we can find out how long the tribunal will take to come around or anyway of keeping his car until the tribunal date. Thanks for any advice
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