Personal Independence Payment - Case Law Pack
First Edition - Spring 2018

Personal Independence Payment - Case Law Pack
First Edition - Spring 2018

Work on this publication is expected to be completed by Spring 2018.

The new Personal Independence Payment has since April 2013 replaced Disability Living Allowance for people of ‘working age’.

This will be an essential buy for any organisation undertaking First-tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal work surrounding entitlement to the Personal Independence Payment ‘daily living component’ and ‘mobility component’. The publication will contain a digest of case law decisions of the Upper Tribunal and judgements made by superior courts on the disability-related qualifying conditions of this benefit.

When published the publication may be purchased in:


  •    £58.50 - printed book format per copy
  •    £49.50 - electronic (usb stick) format
  •    £82.50 - both printed book and electronic (usb stick) format per set

Those purchasing a copy in electronic format will also get included on the USB stick a full electronic copy of all the case law decisions summarised within the publication.


The price includes postage and packaging to mainland UK and Northern Ireland. Orders for the publication may be made through MNP Training by email mark.perlic@mnptraining. Please provide company details and the desired delivery address when ordering. An invoice will be dispatched following any email order.


The publication will prove invaluable to new and seasoned advisers (and decision-makers and tribunal members) seeking to establish the correct legal line for entitlement to both the ‘daily living component’ and the ‘mobility component’ of Personal Independence Payment.


This publication will have two case law tables to assist readers to research and locate decisions and judgements. One, located at the front, lists case law according to topic. The other, at the back, provides a chronologically ordered reference table enabling both case law decisions and judgements to be located according to their designation.