Halsbury's Laws of England Fifth Edition Volume 104 2014 Welfare Benefits and State Pensions
The Halsbury’s Laws Welfare Benefits and State Pensions title considers universal credit and the social security benefits system it will replace.
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The Halsbury’s Laws Welfare Benefits and State Pensions title considers universal credit and the social security benefits system it will replace. Contributory benefits including jobseeker’s allowance and state maternity allowance, and non-contributory benefits including disability living allowance and child benefit are covered, along with state retirement pensions and administration of benefits.
Richard Drabble QC, BA (Hons) Cantab
Bencher of the Inner Temple
Richard Drabble QC is a leading barrister at Landmark Chambers, practicing in public law, planning and other local government matters.
1. Outline of the Benefits System
2. Entitlement to Universal Credit
3. Claimant Responsibilities
4. Non-contributory Benefits
6. Contributory Benefits
7. State Retirement Pensions
8. Administration of Welfare Benefits
9. European Law
The law is stated as at 1 February 2014, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.
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