Hi, thank you for your question. As the child maintenance agreement was superseded, then the CMS/CSA no longer has jurisdiction once your daughter starts university and you would not be able to seek child maintenance regarding this yourself. However, your daughter would be entitled to apply to court for maintenance to support her during university.
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Yes, she will need to pay a court fee which is £255.
As the father applied to the CSA, unfortunately their calculation supersedes the consent order agreement and you cannot revert to this after they have accepted jurisdiction.
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I am afraid that 12 months after the consent order is approved child maintenance provision can be superseded by a decision by the CSA.