Thursday 19th May 2016 – I Phone The Royal Courts of Justice (re: PIP 1st claim)

I rang the Royal Courts of Justice on 0207 947 6655, as the letter the Upper Tribunal Office sent me three weeks ago (re: my 1st claim for Personal Independence Payment (PIP)), only allows me 16 days to apply for a Judicial Review. Yet on-line (legislation.gov.uk) point 28. allows me 3 months. “D” said that as my letter stipulates that I’ve only got 16 days in which to formally apply for a Judicial Review, then I must complete the Judicial Review claim form, Section 8, and request an extension to the deadline. I explained how I’m utterly overwhelmed.

About slowlyrotting

I am constantly having to deal with several different benefits issues. I've got Appeals and Tribunals coming out of my ears. I've lost count of the formal complaints I've had to make. I've kept paper records of most of my interactions with the DWP, HMRC etc for years, so I've literally got several hundred posts (maybe thousands) to compose for this website. I can't post them to here as quick or as often as I'd like to, for a variety of reasons. The piss-poor postal services that HMCTS, HMRC, the DWP, & CSA rely on (bulk printing and several different carriers), compound the ineptitude of these departments and agencies. I intend to go back years, eventually. But at this rate, I don't think I'll ever get to post everything I want to. You can see from what I've put up so far that I've got a lot of crap to deal with. I'm probably not even 1% or 2% done. I am slowly rotting....................
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