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Hello, the sealed Order is the Order of the Tribunal which has been sealed, i.e there is an embossed seal at the bottom of the Order that you have received.
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It means that unless the original Tribunal Judge revisits their decision, the papers will be looked at (considered again) in 42 days time after the date of the Order.
It means that if the first Tribunal do not look at it again of their own accord then the papers will be placed before the Appeal Tribunal again to be looked at. No - revisit - means look at again
No, not unless you receive Notice of a Hearing
I don't know why I'm afraid, perhaps he thinks there may be points they have not addressed.
If the order is unclear you must go back to the Tribunal so that they ask the Judge for clarification.
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