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The Social Security (Recovery) (Amendment) Regulations 2012

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Limitation on deduction from prescribed benefits

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3.—(1) In regulation 16(5) of the 1988 Regulations(1) (limitation on deductions from prescribed benefits)—

(a)for “4 times” substitute “5 times”;

(b)for the words from “where it is not a multiple of 10 pence” to the end of that paragraph substitute “where it is not a multiple of 5 pence, rounded to the next higher such multiple”.

(2) In both regulation 102(3) of the Housing Benefit Regulations(2) and regulation 83(3) of the Housing Benefit (SPC) Regulations (3) (method of recovery)—

(a)for “four times” substitute “five times”;

(b)for the words from “but where that five per cent.” to the end of each of those paragraphs substitute “that five per cent. being, where it is not a multiple of 5 pence, rounded to the next higher such multiple”.

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Regulation 16(5) is substituted by S.I.2000/2336.

(2)

Regulation 102(3) is amended by S.I.2005/2904 and 2008/2824.

(3)

Regulation 83(3) is amended by S.I.2005/2904 and 2008/2824.

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