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Good And Sufficient Cause?


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In my latest and I suppose final appeal, my case has at last reached Washington where it has been advanced on the docket for "good and sufficient cause" There was no elaboration however on what the good cause is. Any ideas? What might constitute good and sufficient cause and should I be hopeful because of this development? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Peace and thanks!

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peace,

looks to me like you might enjoy this study material, i promise it holds many answers for you if you don't already have it. just jump on them and search around.

also, i suggest going to hadit's homepage - lots of goodies there. just double click on the logo - top left of page - enjoy.

carlie

38 cfr

http://ecfr.gpoaccess.gov/cgi/t/text/text-.../38cfrv1_02.tpl

m21-1mr

http://www.warms.vba.va.gov/M21_1MR.html

CAVC - Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims

http://www.vetapp.uscourts.gov/

Hi Thanks for the links. I think I'm gonna like you! Peace

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"my case has at last reached Washington where it has been advanced on the docket for "good and sufficient cause

There was no elaboration however on what the good cause is. Any ideas?"

Maybe this is a euphenism for

'We sure have been farting around with this vet's claim for too long.'

Did you file a formal Motion For Advancement on the Docket with the BVA?

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"my case has at last reached Washington where it has been advanced on the docket for "good and sufficient cause

There was no elaboration however on what the good cause is. Any ideas?"

Maybe this is a euphenism for

'We sure have been farting around with this vet's claim for too long.'

Did you file a formal Motion For Advancement on the Docket with the BVA?

No, I never asked for it to be advanced. That's why I was surprised to get the letter saying it had been. In response to your observation, yeah, I think they've probably been screwin' with me long enough. Boy, it can get frustrating trying to interpret their thinking or lack thereof. Thanks for your interest. Peace

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