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Email about decision being made (Tribunal stage)

Samus1993
Samus1993 Member Posts: 6 Listener
edited April 2021 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Hello. My mum has had her court case in regards to PIP the other day (she suffers from stage 4 osteoarthritis) and yesterday they have sent her an email from HMCTS saying a decision has been made and that a letter will come in the post by the 13th April. 

I'm attaching the image so people can see.
Just wondering whether this is gonna be a good news sign? And whether anyone knows if they email this as standard? As surely they wouldn't take the effort to email if it was just going to be a no in the post? And also the part about contacting DWP about this benefit (when you're told not to anymore once it's at tribunal stage)

Anyone know, any thoughts? Anyone get this email before being turned down? 
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