Late appeal

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    Claim received and refused as considered non-commercial, notified 5.5.10.

    Appeal received 9.8.10 outside one month with no reasons for being late. However, I disagree with the original decision and would have paid it had I had the claim to consider in the first place. So, I want to change the original decision and pay it from May but not sure what rule I can do that under.

    I’m not really correcting a mistake as it’s a difference of opinion but can this be considered a mistake with understanding the law so I can go back from the start?

    I just want to be sure I can do it ……..thanks.


    Surely an any time revision? Doesn’t have to be a mistake.


    The appeal to the Tribunal will be accepted out of time unless you object … so to make it into an in-time appeal all you have to do is not object to it being entertained by the Tribunal.

    This in turn provides you with grounds to revise the original decision: the very fact that there has been an appeal within the extended time limit is a ground for revision even if there was no error in the original. You can change your mind in order to save the Tribunal the trouble of changing it for you.

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