How many reg’s do I quote?

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  • #38648
    simonh
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    I’m preparing an appeal response on a living together decision going back to March 2007. originally the clt was on IS, but from July 2007 he turned 60 and started receiving PC. In my response do I need to refer to both working age and pension regulations, or can I get away with just the one set and mention that the equivilant ones exist?

    #109109
    Kevin D
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    Where provisions are identical, you could refer to the current regs and state that there are equivalent provisions in the “??? Regs” which are in identical terms. Then, something like “…for ease of reference the LA cites the currently applicable provisions…”. Also give the date the different regs took effect with a brief explanation as to why (presumably reg 5?).

    But, be careful. If it turns out there is any difference, your credibility will be, ahem, affected.

    #109110
    Kay_Tade
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    As difficult as LTAHW cases are I think you are better off quoting the different regs. If there are obvious equivalent regs with same..ish… wordings then you could just refer to one set and mention the second set of regs.

    #109111
    Kay_Tade
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    Just seen Kevin’s post. Ditto.

    #109113
    John Boxall
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    In UT/Commissioners Decisions they usualy simply refer to the HB regs and point out that the CTB Regs are the same.

    Generally I say after quoting the HB Reg, Reg *** Of the CT Regs is to similar effect

    Or you could quote the PC Regs with a table at the end giving the working age equivalents?

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    #109116
    simonh
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    Thanks for all your reples.

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