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ZS v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and SN (CSM) (Child support - tribunal practice) [2017] UKUT 402 (AAC)

The first tribunal had erred by disregarding a flat in the calculation of child support. The first tribunal said that the flat was exempt under the Child Support (Variation) Regulations 2000 because, although it was rented to a tenant, the father retained a room and it was his main home. The appeal by the mother against this decision was allowed.

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Judgment, published: 27/10/2017


Published: 27/10/2017


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