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The Personal Independence Payment (Transitional Provisions) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016

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Disabled people: badges for motor vehicles

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31.—(1) In this regulation, “the 1993 Regulations” means the Disabled Persons (Badges for Motor Vehicles) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1993(1).

(2) Where a person satisfies paragraph (3)—

(a)the person shall be treated as being a disabled person for the purpose of regulation 5A of the 1993 Regulations(2); and

(b)regulation 8(d) of the 1993 Regulations shall not apply to the person,

until the expiration of the period for which the disabled person’s badge referred to in paragraph (3)(b)(i) was issued.

(3) A person satisfies this paragraph if—

(a)the entitlement of the person to disability living allowance terminates in accordance with these Regulations;

(b)on the last day on which the person is entitled to disability living allowance the person—

(i)is a holder of a disabled person’s badge in accordance with the 1993 Regulations, and

(ii)is a disabled person for the purposes of the 1993 Regulations by virtue of satisfying regulation 4(1)(a) and (2)(a) of the 1993 Regulations(3);

(c)with effect from the following day the person is no longer a disabled person for the purposes of the 1993 Regulations because the person does not satisfy regulation 4(1)(a) and (2)(g) of the 1993 Regulations(4); and

(d)the period for which the badge mentioned in sub-paragraph (b) was issued has not yet expired.

(1)

S.R. 1993 No. 202; relevant amending Regulations are S.R. 1998 No. 297, S.R. 2008 No. 501 and S.R. 2016 No. 228

(2)

Regulation 5A was inserted by regulation 2(5) of S.R. 1998 No. 297

(3)

Regulation 4 was substituted by regulation 2(4) of S.R. 2008 No. 501

(4)

Paragraph (2)(g) was inserted by regulation 4(2) of S.R. 2016 No. 228

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