|Social Security Bill - continued
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|DECISIONS AGAINST WHICH AN APPEAL LIES
Entitlement to benefit without a claim
| 1. In such cases or circumstances as may be prescribed, a decision whether a person is entitled to a relevant benefit for which no claim is required.
| 2. If so, a decision as to the amount to which he is entitled.
Payability of benefit
| 3. A decision whether a relevant benefit (or a component of a relevant benefit) to which a person is entitled is not payable by reason of-
Payments to third parties
| 4. Except in such cases or circumstances as may be prescribed, a decision whether the whole or part of a benefit to which a person is entitled is, by virtue of regulations, to be paid to a person other than him.
Recovery of benefits
| 5. A decision whether payment is recoverable under section 71 or 71A of the Administration Act.
| 6. If so, a decision as to the amount of payment recoverable.
Industrial injuries benefit
| 7. A decision whether an accident was an industrial accident for the purposes of industrial injuries benefit.
| 8. A decision in relation to a jobseeker's agreement as proposed to be made under section 9 of the Jobseekers Act, or as proposed to be varied under section 10 of that Act.
Recovery of benefits from compensation payments
| 9. A decision in relation to which a right of appeal is provided for by or under the Social Security (Recovery of Benefits) Act 1997.
Power to prescribe other decisions
| 10. Such other decisions relating to a relevant benefit as may be prescribed.
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|Prepared 10 July 1997