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Q : D: Who can help me apply?


You may, of course, ask a solicitor to help you to make an application, and the Board will pay the solicitor's reasonable costs and expenses.  But you may instead get help from a survivors' group, a member of your family or a friend.  Or you may simply apply to the Board in person.

Where a person who may be entitled to redress is under the age of 18 or unable to manage his or her own affairs, the application may be made by a relative or other person on his or her behalf.

Where a person who may be entitled to redress has died since 11 May 1999, the application may be made by his or her spouse or children.

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