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I am completing a Judicial Review claim form and don't know

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I am completing a Judicial Review claim form and don’t know who are the section 1 defendants and who are the section2 ‘other interested parties’.
I am appealing the decision of a Upper Tribunal judge to refuse an appeal against the decision of the First-tier judge. The case involves my appeal against a decision by the DWP that I had to repay an overpayment of benefit on the grounds that I was framed.
Are the defendants the judges and other parties the DWP or vice-versa?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: UK Law
Expert:  Alice H replied 1 year ago.
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If you are seeking to judicially review the Upper Tier Tribunal then you should name them as the defendant and the DWP as interested party. No need to name individual judges.

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