Bosmann v Bundesagentur für Arbeit Familienkasse Aachen - rules to avoid duplication of benefits by member states do not prevent state of residence paying child benefit - ECJ Case 352/06 - 20.5.08

Mrs Bosmann was employed in Holland. The question arose as to whether she was entitled to receive child support benefit in respect of her student children in Germany, where she (and they) lived. The German authorities considered that they were not liable to pay her benefit, and that this became a matter for Holland once Mrs Bosmann became employed there. However in Holland (unlike Germany) the corresponding benefit is not paid for a child over 18.


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