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    I’m sure a Commissioner said that when a Council is informed of a change of circumstance but further enquiries are needed to do the assessment that any o/p was not official error straightaway i.e. you do not always need to suspend straightaway, denying the claimant Benefit they may be entitled to.

    The case I’m looking at is where a Tax Credit scan was received last July indicating the claimant had received a new award letter. We wrote to the claimant for the award so there was a further few weeks of o/p before the information was received. As you all know the information on these scans was unreliable to say the least.

    I’m sure a CD has been quoted on this board before but like a fool I did not add it to my CD index.


    PS It is not CH3629/2002 or CH2741/2003 I’m after.


    Is it this?


    Paragraph 42, right at the end, contains the remarks about it not having been a mistake to refrain from suspension on the facts of that case.


    That’s the one – cheers.

    Kevin D

    Another CD also takes the same line:

    [b:2d59011646]CH/0843/2005[/b:2d59011646] – para 9



    Thanks Kevin

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