This issue is regarding mental health and vulnerable people in court in civil cases and court of appeal ( hmcts ) time limits for mental / vulnerablr adults appealing against a decision by a authority .
The person in question is classed as a vulnerable adult .
Mrs X is classed as vulnerable and suffers ftom ptsd , depression , including symptoms of bi-polarism and is registered with the mental trust .
On the cusp of the Covid outbreak march 2020 Mrs X was given a mrn ( mandatory reconsideration notice ) decision by the DWP that she was not entitled to housing benefit .
This put her into a further depression.
Mrs x was then made illegally homeless a year later and still liable for rent owed .
She then moved to a hotel and was still not given any housing costs until a community legal practice challenged the Dwp ( department of work / pensions )decision
After challenging the DWP they agreed to pay housing costs for the hotel but to pay for the previous rent housing costs she is still liable for she must appeal to hmcts appeal courts .
However the appeal courts have stated they cannot hear her appeal due to her being out of time ( the limit is 1 year and as the original ( MRN ) is dated March 2020 she is out of time by 18 month .
Mrs X suffers from serious procastination due to vulnerabilty and depression . I am sure i came across there is a exemption from limitations for people with mental health / vulnerabilty in the civil courts . Also as The civil courts including hearing applications of appeal in civil matters against a authority should realise that this covid epedemic is quite historical
Please advise / is she exempt from court limitation / time barred .
Need to know if mental / vulnerable people are excempt or not .How about exceptional circumstances under human rights act.
Mrs X ( same person ) was given a CPO on a property she owned in 2006.
She was given 20,000 gbp for a 3 bedroom property ( which was a measly amount for the property at the time from the council as sveragd properties werd 45 to 70 k ) .
She was told to apply to the lands tribual and then only given the amount less 10 percent as she wished to challenge amount given.
The council took possesion of property and threw out her paperwork @ the home re the property and she was unable to appeal to lands tribunal due to not having papers .
By law she is still entitled to the 2000 gbp shortfal, plus interest from council which they agreed to pay in 2012 ( but they now have still not paid any money owed ) stating she owed then money 150 GBP from 1998 from fixing chimany but cannot give any proof and mrs x insists shr fixed her own chimeny and she has proof from the builder ( who is now a old gentleman ) .
Is she time barred from lands tribual ?
Has she been mistreated by the council ( due to her vulnerabilty )
Please advise if time limits apply to Mrs X )