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Family Proceedings Fees (Amendment) Order 2005 (SI 2005/472)

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The Family Proceedings Fees (Amendment) Order 2005 came into force on 6 April 2005. Under article 3(2)(b) of the Family Proceedings Fees Order 2004 (SI 2004/3114) there is a maximum gross annual income taken into account for the purposes of working tax credit, above which working tax credit will not be a qualifying benefit for the purposes of exemption from court fees under the Order. This Order amends that maximum gross annual income, from £14,600 to £15,050.


 

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