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E-filing at the Upper Tribunal


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From today, an online platform called CE-File or E-Filing can be used to send documents to the Upper Tribunal in appeals and non-urgent judicial review applications. More information in a guidance note from President Lane. The note also contains some detailed stipulations on how documents submitted electronically — whether by CE-File or email — should be formatted. Enjoy!

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