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Bennyboy1928 Member Posts: 42 Connected
Hi. I am due to go for a tribunal. Wondering if I can take notes with me and refer to them during the hearing. Also if I am taking a member of family who knows of my conditions can they also speak on my behalf at any time. Thankyou. Very worried and distressed lady ???



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