Daily Archives: May 3, 2017


The Supreme Court, London, UK

About: The Supreme Court is the final court of appeal for all United Kingdom civil cases, and criminal cases from England, Wales and Northern Ireland hears appeals on arguable points of law of general public importance concentrates on cases of the greatest public and constitutional importance maintains and develops the role of the highest court…


Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal (SENDIST), Belfast, Northern Ireland

About The Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal (or SENDIST) considers parents’ appeals against the decisions of the Education Authority about children’s special educational needs, where the parents cannot reach agreement with the Education Authority. It also deals with claims of disability discrimination in relation to children at school. SENDIST Address: 2nd Floor Royal Courts of…


Pensions Appeal Tribunals, Chichester St, Belfast, NI

About This Tribunal hears appeals from ex-servicemen or women who have had their claims for a War Pension rejected by the Secretary of State for Defence. Its jurisdiction covers Northern Ireland. The Tribunal is independent from Veterans UK.   Hearings have been in existence, as part of the Lord Chancellor’s responsibility, since the War Pensions Act…


Rent Assessment Panel, Cleaver House, Belfast, NI

About The Rent Assessment Panel is an independent body funded by the Department for Social Development. Rent assessment committees (usually made up of a chair and one member) are constituted from the Rent Assessment Panel. The function of a committee is, at the request of a landlord or tenant, to consider if the rent determined…


Pensions Appeal Commissioners, Belfast, Northern Ireland

About The Pensions Appeal Commissioners are the specialised members of the judiciary appointed to hear and determine appeals on points of law from Pensions Appeal Tribunals under the Armed Forces Compensation and War Pensions legislation. Address 2nd Floor Royal Courts of Justice Chichester Street Belfast BT1 3JF Tel: 0300 200 7812 Email: tribunalsunit@courtsni.gov.uk Case Law Department for…


The Parole Commissioners for Northern Ireland (PCNI), Oxford St, Belfast

About The Parole Commissioners for Northern Ireland (PCNI) are independent ministerial appointments who make decisions on the release of all life sentence prisoners in Northern Ireland. Address Parole Commissioners' Secretariat Laganside Court Mezzanine, 1st Floor Oxford Street, Belfast BT1 3LL Tel: 028 9041 2969 Email: info@parolecomni.org.uk Website: www.parolecomni.org.uk


Office of Social Security Commissioners and Child Support Commissioners, Belfast, Northern Ireland

About The Social Security Commissioners and Child Support Commissioners are the specialised members of the judiciary appointed to hear and determine appeals on points of law from Appeal Tribunals under the Social Security and Child Support legislation. Address 2nd Floor Royal Courts of Justice Chichester Street Belfast BT1 3JF Tel:  0300 200 7812 Email: tribunalsunit@courtsni.gov.uk Case…