Civil Representation Essay

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c Civil representation – Checklist for new applications April 2013 v1 Version: 1 Issue Date: 01/04/13 Review Date: 01/04/13 Owned by: Case Management Version History Version: 1 Date 01/04/13 First release Reason Contents 1. Overview 2. Top reasons for rejection of applications Annexes Annex 1 - Checklist 1 April 2013 CHECKLIST FOR NEW APPLICATIONS Page | 1 1. Overview Please use this guidance alongside forms CIVAPP1, CIVAPP3, CIVAPP8A, CIVAPP8, CIV APP6, CIVMEANS1 and CIVMEANS2 to ensure you submit the correct information and reduce the risk of rejection. Checking work prior to submission against this will help us avoid unnecessary rejects and speed up our turnaround time for processing work. 2. Top reasons for rejection of applications      Forms not signed/dated Essential enclosures missing e.g. bank statements, wage slips, statement of case Forms not completed where marked – notably on means assessment forms Client isn’t in receipt of the passported benefit indicated on the form Insufficient information on form CIVAPP8/8A ANNEX 1 - Checklist 1 April 2013 CHECKLIST FOR NEW APPLICATIONS Page | 2 Please use this list to check your applications prior to submission Have you used the correct version of the form? Have all of the forms been signed and dated by the applicant and their solicitor? Are the signatures original and less than 2 months old? Have you submitted the relevant Means form? Has the applicant (and partner if appropriate) completed all sections of the relevant Means form and signed/dated it? Have you submitted the relevant evidence – e.g. bank statements for each account, wage slips, evidence of childcare costs? Please use the checklists contained within form CIVMEANS1and CIVMEANS2 If Form L17 is being

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