An appellant must start proceedings by serving notice of appeal to the First-tier Tribunal1:
(1) setting out the grounds of appeal2;
(2) signed and dated by the appellant or their representative3;
(3) stating whether the appellant requires an interpreter4, whether the appellant intends to attend at any hearing5 and whether the appellant will be represented at any hearing6,
and must provide the following with the notice of appeal:
(a) the notice of decision against which the appellant is appealing7 and any statement of reasons for that decision8;
(b) any documents in support of the appellant's case which have not been
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