Judgment No. 45
The complaint is rejected as not receivable.
The letter in question "merely informed [the complainant] that at that stage of the proceedings the organization thought that no useful purpose would be served by continuing to correspond with her on any matters relating to her case except insofar as such correspondence related directly to the claims pending before the [appeals body]. There is nothing in that letter adversely affecting the rights of [the complainant]; consequently, it does not constitute an administrative decision that can be brought in issue before the Tribunal and the complaint is [...] not receivable."
lack of injury; receivability of the complaint; cause of action; no cause of action