Dear Ministry of Justice,

Could you, please, tell me

-Which is the timeframe for the Supreme Court to inform to the Upper Tribunal about the dissmissal of one appeal?

-Which is the ordinary period of time to give a response to a request of the Upper Tribunal?

-Which is the timeframe for the Upper Tribunal to inform to one party on appeal about the response of the other party, once this «other partie» has given its response to a request asked for the Upper Tribunal to the «other party of the appeal» ?

-Is the «other party» obliged to inform to the «one party» about the response given to the Upper Tribunal?
If it so, which is the deadline to do it?

Thank you for your time.

Yours faithfully,

R Jeans

Hayes, Finola,

1 Atodiad

Dear Ms. Jeans,

 

Please see attached the acknowledgement to your recent Freedom of
Information request. I apologise for the delay in this being sent to you.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

Rob Theodosio

 

Business Support Manager for London Tribunals|Her Majesty's Courts and
Tribunals Service

Fox Court|5th Floor|14 Grays Inn Road|London|WC1X 8HN

 

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Dear R Jeans,

 

Please see attached response for your Freedom of Information request.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Rob Theodosio

 

Business Support Manager for London Tribunals|Her Majesty's Courts and
Tribunals Service

Fox Court|5th Floor|14 Grays Inn Road|London|WC1X 8HN

 

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