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Social Security Legislation 2023/24

Social Security Legislation 2023/24
Supplement
2023/24, Supplement
ISBN:  9780414119154
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  29 Mar 2024
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Format:  Paperback
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This Supplement updates the four-volume work Social Security Legislation 2023/24, which published in September 2023.

Part I of this Supplement contains new legislation, presented in the same format as the main volumes. Parts II, III, IV and V contain the standard updating material – a separate Part for each volume of the main work – which amends the legislative text and key aspects of the commentary, drawing attention to important recent case law. Part VI comprises the cumulative updating material for Volume V, Income Support and the Legacy Benefits, which was last published in the 2021/22 edition.

Part VII, the final section of the Supplement, gives some notice of forthcoming changes, including the April 2024 benefit rates.

As always, the editorial team has brought its academic and adjudication expertise and its knowledge of tribunal practice to produce a work updating and expanding a guide which will be essential reading for DWP and HMRC decision makers, First-tier and Upper Tribunal judges, First-tier Tribunal members, barristers and solicitors working in the social security field, welfare rights advisers and students.

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CONTENTS

  • Preface
  • Using the Updating Material in this Supplement
  • Pages of Main Volumes Affected by Material in this Supplement
  • Table of Abbreviations used in this Series
  • Table of Cases
  • Table of Commissioners’ Decisions
  • Table of European Legislation
  • Table of Statutes
  • Table of Statutory Instruments
  • Part I: New Legislation
  • Part II: Updating Material Volume I: Non Means Tested Benefits
  • Part III: Updating Material Volume II: Universal Credit, State Pension Credit and the Social Fund
  • Part IV: Updating Material Volume III: Administration, Adjudication and the European Dimension
  • Part V: Updating Material Volume IV: HMRC-Administered Social Security Benefits and Scotland
  • Part VI: Cumulative Updating Material Volume V: Income Support and the Legacy Benefits
  • Part VII: Forthcoming Changes and Up-Rating of Benefits
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