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Social Security Contributions (Transfer of Functions, etc.) Act 1999

Section 14: matters arising as respects decisions

188.Section 14 is derived from section 18 SSA. Subsection (1) confers equivalent regulation-making powers to cover matters arising before a decision is made, or an appeal is determined, or about the consequences of varying or superseding a previous decision, including a variation on appeal. Subsection (2) enables regulations to provide for the payment of contributions pending the determination of an appeal. Since this power could affect benefit rights, it is to be exercised by the Inland Revenue with the concurrence of the Secretary of State in relation to SSP and SMP matters (subsection (3)).

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