Category Archives: The Upper Tribunal Office (Administrative Appeals Chamber)

Thursday 2nd March 2017 – Child Benefit (ChB 1st) Tribunal

I attended the Tribunal today for my Child Benefit Appeal (ChB 1st). It was first heard by a Judge on 1st May 2015, then I further appealed to the Upper Tribunal Office, which set aside the original Decision. Which is why … Continue reading

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Wednesday 19th October 2016 – I Submit My Response To Upper Tribunal Office (re: ChB 1st)

I’ve composed my response to the 1st and 2nd Respondents’ responses. I’ve forwarded my submission & observations to the Upper Tribunal Office. The 1st Respondent is HMRC. The 2nd Respondent is my ex-boyfriend. The response from HMRC supports my Child … Continue reading

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Tuesday 18th October 2016 – Another Week, Another Tribunal……….(ChB 2nd)

Today, I attended my Child Benefit (2nd Claim/Appeal) First Tier Tribunal (FTT). My Ex-partner hasn’t yet been added as a “Party to Proceedings”. Today’s Judge will add my ex-partner as a “Party to Proceedings”. Today’s Judge is aware of my … Continue reading

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Tuesday 18th October 2016 – I Receive The Second Respondent’s Submission From Upper Tribunal Office (re: ChB 1st)

Just as I’m preparing myself for this afternoon’s Child Benefit Tribunal (re: 2nd Child Benefit Appeal), the postman delivers the Second Respondent’s submission from the Upper Tribunal Office, in relation to my 1st Child Benefit Appeal. My 1st Child Benefit … Continue reading

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Friday 26th August 2016 – I Again Ask Bar Pro Bono For Assistance (re: Child Benefit 1st (& 2nd) Appeals)

I phoned Bar Pro Bono to ask again for their assistance, as I’ve now been granted permission to appeal against the Child Benefit DECISION of 1st May 2015. Previously, Bar Pro Bono were unable to find anyone to assist me, … Continue reading

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Wednesday 17th August 2016 – Upper Tribunal Office Grants Me Permission To Appeal Against (1st Child Benefit Appeal) First Tier Tribunal Decision

At last, a glimmer of hope!  On 1st May 2015 I lost my Child Benefit (1st claim/appeal) Tribunal. Since then, I’d requested a “Set Aside”, but lost that too. Then I applied for permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal … Continue reading

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Thursday 21st July 2016 – I’ve Written To The Adjudicator’s Office (re: ChB 1st & 2nd claims)

In the letter (dated 7th July 2016) from the Adjudicator’s Office, that I received on 13th July 2016, they asked me to let them know, in writing, if I had any comments I wished to make about the HMRC Report that … Continue reading

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