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13.—(1) For the purposes of determining the date on which a conversion decision takes effect in relation to any notified person—
(a)take the date on which the person is notified of the conversion decision; and
(b)unless paragraph (2) applies, determine the first complete fortnightly period in respect of which the person’s existing benefit is payable after that date,
and the effective date of the person’s conversion decision is the first day of the benefit week immediately following the end of the fortnightly period referred to in sub-paragraph (b).
(2) Where existing benefit is payable to the notified person in respect of a period other than a fortnight—
(a)determine the second complete benefit week in respect of which the person’s existing benefit is payable after the date on which the person is notified of the conversion decision; and
(b)the effective date of the person’s conversion decision is the first day of the benefit week immediately following the end of that second complete benefit week.
(3) “Existing benefit”, in relation to a notified person, means the benefit in respect of the person’s existing award or awards.
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