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On which reason someone can appeal to upper tribunal against decision of Social security and child s

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On which reason someone can appeal to upper tribunal against decision of Social security and child support tribunal in United Kingdom?

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    You can only appeal if you think the decision was wrong for a legal reason, eg if the tribunal didn’t: . follow the right procedures - eg didn’t tell you in time about the hearing . give proper reasons for its decision, or back up the decision with facts apply the law properly Before appealing, ask the original tribunal for the ‘statement of reasons’ for its decision. If you still think the decision was wrong, fill in the form below: http://www.justice.gov.uk/downloads/global/forms/tribunals/aa/ut1-social-entitlement-form.pdf http://www.justice.gov.uk/downloads/guidance/courts-and-tribunals/tribunals/administrative-appeals/ut1-social-entitlement-guidance-note.pdf Send the form to the Social Security and Child Support Tribunal. If the tribunal doesn’t give you permission to appeal, you can use the same form to apply directly to the upper tribunal.

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