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Whether income is “lawfully derived” to be assessed case by case, Upper Tribunal holds

Whether income is “lawfully derived” to be assessed case by case, Upper Tribunal holds

In a refreshing example of the Upper Tribunal choosing not to lay down wide-ranging obiter guidance on limited facts having not heard relevant submissions, the headnote for Fatima (paragraph 1 (d) Appendix FM-SE: interpretation) [2022] UKUT 155 (IAC) says simply: Interpretation ...

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