No. The way it would generally work, Mr. Chair, is that a case could go to the Federal Court. The person would not be represented by the Bureau of Pensions Advocates before the Federal Court. In fact, the court normally would either agree with the decision of the review and appeal board or in fact would refer the case back to the review and appeal board, which sort of means, we don't agree with you.
On March 8th, 2012. See this statement in context.