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Social Security Benefits: General and Common Provisions

  • Authorities
  • Introduction
  • 1A The benefit cap
  • 1B Introduction of universal credit
  • A: PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL BENEFITS PAYABLE UNDER PARTS II TO V OF THE ACT
  • Disqualification during imprisonment or detention in legal custody
  • Suspension of payment during imprisonment or detention
  • Disregard of disqualification
  • Polygamous marriages
  • Earnings to be taken into account
  • Information sharing
  • B: CLAIMS AND PAYMENTS
  • Introduction
  • Claims under the (Claims and Payments) Regulations 1987
  • 8A Claims under the (Claims and Payments) Regulations 2013
  • Person by whom claim should be made
  • Manner in which claim should be made
  • Work-focused interviews
  • Duration of award
  • Time within which claim should be made
  • Payments
  • Third parties
  • Suspension and termination of benefit
  • Decisions on claims
  • Appeals
  • C: PAYMENTS ON ACCOUNT, OVERPAYMENTS, AND RECOVERY
  • Introduction
  • Advances of benefit
  • Offsetting
  • Prevention of duplication of payments
  • Overpayments and benefit fraud
  • Civil penalties
  • Recovery of income support by deductions from earnings following trade dispute
  • D: OFFENCES
  • Obtaining benefit by dishonest or false representation
  • Failure to notify a change of circumstances
  • E: LOSS OF BENEFIT PROVISIONS AND DEDUCTIONS
  • Loss of benefit for commission of benefit offence
  • Disqualifying and sanctionable benefits
  • Reduction in place of disqualification
  • Effect of offence on joint-claim jobseeker’s allowance
  • Effect of offence on benefits for members of the offender’s family
  • Power to supplement and mitigate loss of benefit provisions
  • Deductions from benefit
  • F: INVESTIGATIONS
  • 1: DATA MATCHING AND SHARING
  • Purpose of data matching
  • Information used in data matching
  • Retention of data
  • Data protection and human rights
  • Code of practice
  • Sharing information overseas
  • 2: POWERS TO OBTAIN INFORMATION
  • Purposes of investigation
  • Power to require information
  • Information that may be requested
  • Powers of entry
  • Local authority benefit fraud investigations
  • Code of practice
  • 43 TABLE
  • 43 Table

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