Tag Archives: Set Aside

A Judicial Roll Call – Encompassing 3 Years of (mostly) Judicial Failure, re: My ChB 2nd Appeal

I thoroughly dissect, and heavily criticise Judge J. Verman’s STATEMENT OF REASONS, especially as some of her rationale is distinctly at odds with her reasoning in the 1st ChB Appeal, though it inexplicably finds in my Ex’s favour again.  Continue reading

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Monday 23rd October 2017 – Upper Tribunal Judge Kate Markus QC REFUSES Me Permission To Appeal (re: 2nd Child Benefit Appeal)

On 8th May 2017,  Judge J. Verman FAILED/REFUSED TO ALLOW ME TO QUESTION THE RESPONDENT(S), or to request Directions Continue reading

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Wednesday 20th September 2017 – Upper Tribunal Judge Nicholas Wikeley REFUSES Me Permission To Appeal (re: 1st Child Benefit Appeal)

This Appeal was first heard by Judge G. I. Marsh on 1/5/15. I lost. Then Upper Tribunal Judge Nicholas Wikeley eventually Set Aside that Decision.  It was remitted back to FTT to be reheard.  It was heard subsequently by Judge Mrs J. Verman on 24th April 2017. I lost again. So I then appealed again to the Upper Tribunal. Continue reading

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Bank Holiday Monday 28th August 2017 – I’m Completing Application Form, To Request That The Upper Tribunal Office “Set Aside” Child Benefit (1st Appeal) of 24/4/17

Yes, it’s a nice summer day, with lawnmowers humming in nearby gardens. And I’m stuck inside applying for permission to Appeal to The Upper Tribunal, to get the Decision of the ChB 1st Appeal “Set Aside”.  I’m seriously annoyed…….

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I Request A “Set Aside” of Decision Of Child Benefit (1st Appeal) Heard on 24th April 2017, & Also Permission To Appeal To the Upper Tribunal (again!)

HMRC has never justified its utter incompetence, its failure to directly contact [my daughter’s then-boyfriend’s mother], at any point over the last few years. Continue reading

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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 Judge G. I. Marsh on 1st May 2015, then I further appealed to the Upper Tribunal Office, where Upper Tribunal Judge Nicholas Wikeley set … 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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