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What happens at a tribuneral

DavidJohn1984
DavidJohn1984 Member Posts: 99 Courageous
Hi All,

I have recently received my “bundle” so i’m assuming that maybe a hearing it’s forthcoming?

I was just wondering what happens at a tribuneral, what do I need to take and what sort of questions will they ask?

Also can or when do you start sending in extra evidence?

any help would be greatly received.

many thanks

David-John

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  • mikehughescq
    mikehughescq Posts: 8,845 Connected
    If you’ve just received your bundle then you’re months away from a hearing and need not worry about that at this stage. Right now you need to take your bundle and get advice on the merits of your case; the weak points; further evidence needed etc.

    You can send in extra evidence at any stage but you would be better served by getting advice first.

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