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Vol 24 No 8 Aug/Sept 2019

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Personal Independence Payment Case Law Pack


ISBN13: 9780993475467
Published: May 2019
Publisher: MNP Training
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £58.50



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The Personal Independence Payment Case Law Pack is one of the most comprehensive text books on the Personal Independence Payment regulation and case law. The (465-page) publication contains a summary of the published Personal Independence Payment case law decisions from the Upper Tribunal (and Northern Ireland Commissioners) and Superior Courts which have developed since Personal Independence Payment was first introduced in April 2013.

The publication should prove to be an invaluable reference point for those seeking to identify the correct legal line in the matter of Personal Independence Payment entitlement. It should prove particularly valuable to Judges of the First-tier Tribunal and advocates who undertake First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal work.

Topics covered in the case law information include:

  • each of the different ‘daily living component’ activity areas
  • each of the different ‘mobility component’ activity areas
  • safely, to an acceptable standard, repeatedly and within a reasonable time period
  • 50% of days test

    . the required period - retrospective and prospective test

  • aids and appliances
  • general adjudication and evidential issues including the length of awards
  • DLA to PIP transfer cases and adequate reasons
  • failure to attend a medical and ‘good reason’
  • PIP supersessions
  • adverse decisions - the circumstances in which an award may be reduced or entitlement to a component removed altogether by the First-tier Tribunal.