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Last updated:
06/11/2017

Making arrangements for the tribunal

  1. Overview
  2. The appeals process
  3. Preparing your appeal
  4. Setting out your argument in writing
  5. Making arrangements for the tribunal
  6. Going to the hearing
  7. Tips for representing yourself
  8. Can I appeal against my council tax support or housing benefit decision?
  9. Sample letters for requesting evidence
  10. Next steps

If you would like a friend, carer, or relative, to come with you to your tribunal, ask them a few weeks before so they can make sure they are available.

If you need a translator or have any communication problems, mention this on the appeal form or tell the tribunal a few weeks before your hearing to give them time to arrange support.

If you need a translator or have any communication problems, mention this on the appeal from or tell the tribunal a few weeks before your hearing to give them time to arrange support.

It is important to plan how to get to the tribunal. Make sure you know where the venue is and you have worked out how you will get there.

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  1. Overview
  2. The appeals process
  3. Preparing your appeal
  4. Setting out your argument in writing
  5. Making arrangements for the tribunal
  6. Going to the hearing
  7. Tips for representing yourself
  8. Can I appeal against my council tax support or housing benefit decision?
  9. Sample letters for requesting evidence
  10. Next steps
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