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Monday, 6 August 2012

Old Debate Sheds Further Light On The Right To Appeal Benefit Decisions

Old Debate Sheds Further Light On The Right To Appeal Benefit Decisions: The clause addresses a claimants right to request an appeal when they believe a decision made by the Department for Work and Pensions about benefit eligibility and entitlement to be wrong. Clause 99 makes a few changes to the appeal structure by making it compulsory that a claimant must first ask for a ‘reconsideration’ of their claim for benefit eligibility and entitlement before they can ask for an appeal, which may or may not include a hearing by a tribunal.

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