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7.—(1) An application for remission or part remission of a fee must be made to the court officer at the time when the fee would otherwise be payable.
(2) Where a claim for full remission of fees is made, the party must provide documentary evidence of, as the case may be—
(a)entitlement to a qualifying benefit; or
(b)gross annual income and, if applicable, the children included for the purposes of paragraph 3.
(3) Where a claim for full or part remission of fees under paragraph 4 is made, the party must provide documentary evidence of—
(a)such of the party’s gross monthly income as is derived from—
(ii)rental or other income received from persons living with the party by reason of their residence in the party’s home;
(iii)a pension; or
(iv)a state benefit, not being an excluded benefit; and
(b)any expenditure being deducted from the gross monthly income in accordance with paragraph 5(2).
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