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    No doubt this subject has been addressed before, but here goes again!
    We have terminated a claim under Reg 13 for failing to supply information for an intervention, following a suspension.
    The customer has asked for the decision to be looked at again, but still failed to supply all the info.
    I am looking to reply & refuse this request, BUT, do I have to give appeal rights, as I am led to believe you dont.? However, after reading the analysis in CPAG on Reg 14, it seems to indicate you do. 😕

    Kevin D

    Earlier thread looks at this – the whole thread needs to be read as there is a question about the ACT overriding the DAR schedule.


    However, there is a further argument that a HRA challenge would require a right of appeal, irrespective of what either the Act, or any other legislation, says.


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