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Del have sent no papers to tribunal

kentpete123
kentpete123 Member Posts: 39 Connected
edited July 2019 in Universal Credit (UC)
Hi
Began the appeal process in February and received confirmation from httcs that they had received my appeal.
Heard nothing more till 5 weeks ago court sent me a letter stating that they had had no response from dwp and directing them to send paperwork within 7 days .  They also asked me to send all my paperwork to them as dwp haven't bothered. I did this immediately.  My question is what happens if dwp still fail to respond which I'm assuming they haven't as I still haven't received any case files .
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