RC v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
Neutral Citation[2009] UKUT 62 (AAC)
Date2009
Year2009
CourtUpper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber)
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18 cases
  • R (Cart) v Upper Tribunal (Public Law Project and another intervening)
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 23 July 2010
    ...on other points which they had given permission to argue they declined to reopen the point. 44 As can be seen from the UT's decision [2009] UKUT 62 (AAC), §26–30, the reason was that the FTT had given full and fresh consideration to the need for a variation, so that the effect of the unfair......
  • R (on the Application of Cart) v Upper Tribunal [Sup Ct]
    • United Kingdom
    • Supreme Court
    • 22 June 2011
    ...become) dismissed his appeal on the three grounds for which permission had been given and declined permission to reopen the fourth: [2009] UKUT 62 (AAC). 4 Mr Cart sought judicial review of the Upper Tribunal's refusal of permission to appeal on the fourth point. It was agreed that the ame......
  • PB CCS 574 2012
    • United Kingdom
    • Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber)
    • 20 March 2013
    ...that this was a burden that was too onerous to place on [the father]. 26. The tribunal noted that in CCS/1296/2008 [RC v CMEC and WC [2009] UKUT 62 (AAC), reported as part of [2011] AACR 38, R (Cart) v Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber)], Lord Justice Carnworth and Upper [Tribu......
  • RC CCS 1296 2008
    • United Kingdom
    • Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber)
    • 1 April 2009
    ...criteria. DECISION OF THE UPPER TRIBUNAL (ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS CHAMBER) (RC v Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission (CSM) [2009] UKUT 62 (AAC)) This decision is given under section 11 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007: The decision of the Bristol appeal tribunal und......
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