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    Is there any rule regarding the time a decision must be received from the FTT?

    Thank you.

    #2
    No, it usually takes about 6 weeks. If it is more complicated, it can take longer.

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      #3
      So chase the FTT office for result after 6 weeks waiting time has passed..

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        #4
        My most recent decision came through in just over 6 weeks.

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          #5
          We just went through the process for a straightforward application to vary leases under Section 35 (paper determination). Ours took four months from application to receipt of decision.

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            #6
            Thank you all for your replies.

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