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Administrative reviews - helping you to respond 管理回顾 - 帮助您做出反应

About this Guide

Explains what to do if you are named as the other party in a child support administrative review.

When to use this guide

An administrative review is a free service managed by Child Support which looks at a child support formula assessment to see if it can be altered to fit a particular situation.

Both paying parents and custodians can apply to Child Support for an administrative review.

Child Support organises the review process, but the actual review is done by an independent person contracted to Inland Revenue. This person is called the review officer. Review officers are experienced in law and follow precedents set by past court cases.

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What are the grounds for a review?

The child support laws set out the criteria allowing a formula assessment to be reviewed and possibly altered. These criteria are called "grounds for review".

An applicant can only apply for an administrative review if their circumstances fit one of the following grounds. Each ground has a number, which is used when applying for a review.

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