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Housing Renewal Grants (Reduction of Grant) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2004

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18.—(1) In a case where the relevant person is a person who satisfies at least one of the conditions specified in sub-paragraph (2), and his net earnings equal or exceed the total of the amounts set out in sub-paragraph (3), the amount of his earnings that falls to be disregarded under paragraphs 3 to 10 shall be increased by £11·90.

(2) The conditions of this sub-paragraph are that –

(a)the relevant person or, if he is a member of a couple, either the relevant person or his partner, is a person to whom regulation 20(1)(c) of the Working Tax Credit (Entitlement and Maximum Rate) Regulations 2002(1) applies; or

(b)the relevant person is, or if he is a member of a couple, at least one member of that couple is aged at least 25 and is engaged in remunerative work for on average not less than 30 hours per week;

(c)the relevant person is a member of a couple and –

(i)at least one member of that couple is engaged in remunerative work for on average not less than 16 hours per week;

(ii)the aggregate number of hours for which the couple are engaged in remunerative work is at least 30 hours per week; and

(iii)his applicable amount includes a family premium under paragraph 3 of Schedule 1;

(d)the relevant person is a lone parent who is engaged in remunerative work for on average not less than 30 hours per week;

(e)the relevant person is, or if he is a member of a couple, at least one member of that couple is or both members are, engaged in remunerative work for on average not less than 30 hours per week and –

(i)the relevant person’s applicable amount includes a higher pensioner premium or a disability premium under paragraph 9 or 11 of Schedule1 respectively; and

(ii)where he is a member of a couple, at least one member of that couple satisfies the qualifying conditions for the higher pensioner premium or disability premium referred to in paragraph (i) and is engaged in remunerative work for on average not less than 16 hours per week.

(3) The following are the amounts referred to in sub-paragraph (1) –

(a)the amount calculated as disregardable from the relevant person’s earnings under paragraphs 3 to 10;

(b)the amount of child care charges calculated as deductible under regulation 19(1); and

(c)£11·90.

(4) The provisions of regulation 4 of the Working Tax Credit (Entitlement and Maximum Rate) Regulations 2002 shall apply in determining whether or not a person works for on average not less than 30 hours per week, but as if the reference to 16 hours in paragraph (1) of that regulation were a reference to 30 hours.

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S.I. 2002/2005

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