HC Deb 22 December 1915 vol 77 c448

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether appeals should be lodged at once by attested persons belonging to all groups, or whether members of groups not called up should defer appealing until the public notice of the calling up of the group to which they belong?


A claim may be sent in any time after attestation, and there is nothing to prevent the military representative and the Advisory Committee from considering claims at once. Where a claim is not assented to by the military representative, however, it cannot be dealt with by the local tribunal until the group in which the man has been placed is within not more than eight groups of being called up.