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  • #19880
    Neil Adamson
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    I would just like some clarification on the rules regarding temporary absence. I am dealing with a case that has the potential to get quite messy and want to be sure I have things straight in my own head.

    Claim expires due to non return of renewal. This was issued well before the claimant vacated property end of Aug/early Sep, returning to area at Christmas but not returning to property until February. Backdating is requested which I will not discuss further as this is a separate issue.

    Initial reason for absence falls into the 13 week limitation. This reason continued to be the reason for the first 17/18 weeks of absence. Then went to stay with a sick friend (which could be 52 weeks limit) and then went to stay with daughter (back to 13 weeks).

    As we found out about this after the event it is my feeling that we know from the outset that the original absence exceeded the time limit for such an award and therefore subsequent possible changes are not considered. No further award can be made until the property has been reoccupied?

    Please feel free to comment. 😆

    #1328
    Anonymous
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    Hi neil

    Your question would get more exposure if it was in the HB/CTB forum.
    This is the Tax Credits one.

    #1329
    Neil Adamson
    Participant

    Now why did I do that?

    Thanks, I will move it.

    #1330
    Anonymous
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    Happens to us all – I put the iron away in the fridge at the weekend.

    #1331
    Neil Adamson
    Participant

    Golf or clothes?

    My only defence is it was a Sunday morning and I should have better things to do.

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