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We won the tribunal few weeks ago and now we received a letter that DWP is going to ask SOR, I have read some posts about SOR but still bit confused. DWP representative was there during the tribunal, does it make it more likely for them to appeal? What to expect now? I am aware that they have 28 days to ask for SOR which they have done on time, but I don't know how many weeks will they receive SOR from the court and as they will have another month to make the decision to appeal or not after receive the SOR from the court, does it mean we still have to wait for many months until we can get the payment? on court letter the payment will be reviewed after 5 years, does it mean DWP can't change it? Does it normal for DWP to request SOR? Do they take it further often? It has been a nightmare the whole thing! Thanks for the advice in advance!
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