First-Tier Tribunal erred in law by failing to investigate whether child benefit was properly or lawfully payable for child over 16 in employment (Upper Tribunal)

In DJ v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and TJ (CSM) (Child support - receipt of benefit) [2017] UKUT 83 (AAC), the Upper Tribunal held that the First-Tier Tribunal had erred in law by failing to investigate the suggestion that child benefit was not properly or lawfully payable, where the child in question was over 16 and in full-time employment and the non-resident parent alleged child support payments should have ceased.

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