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A decision was made in my UT appeal without the oral hearing I'd requested. Is this an error of law?

Peter99
Peter99 Member Posts: 65 Connected
edited August 2020 in PIP, DLA, and AA
I requested for oral hearing in my Upper Tribunal appeal to allow my legal representatives to argue my case but the Judge has made the final decision without an oral hearing. Can I use that as error of law if the decision is not in my favour?

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