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The Universal Credit (Transitional Provisions) Regulations 2014

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 INTRODUCTORY

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

    3. 3.Revocation and saving of the Universal Credit (Transitional Provisions) Regulations 2013

  3. PART 2 TRANSITION TO UNIVERSAL CREDIT

    1. CHAPTER 1 ENTITLEMENT TO CLAIM UNIVERSAL CREDIT

      1. 4.Secretary of State discretion to determine that claims for universal credit may not be made

    2. CHAPTER 2 ENTITLEMENT TO OTHER BENEFITS

      1. 5.Exclusion of entitlement to certain benefits

      2. 6.Exclusion of claims for certain existing benefits

      3. 7.Termination of awards of certain existing benefits: new claimant partners

      4. 8.Termination of awards of certain existing benefits: other claimants

      5. 9.Treatment of ongoing entitlement to certain benefits: benefit cap

      6. 10.Treatment of overpayments

      7. 11.Ongoing awards of tax credits

      8. 12.Modification of tax credits legislation: overpayments and penalties

      9. 13.Appeals etc relating to certain existing benefits

      10. 14.Appeals etc relating to universal credit

    3. CHAPTER 3 EFFECT OF TRANSITION TO UNIVERSAL CREDIT

      1. 15.Modification of Claims and Payments Regulations in relation to universal credit claimants

      2. 16.Persons unable to act

      3. 17.Advance payments of universal credit

      4. 18.Deductions from benefits

      5. 19.Transition from old style ESA

      6. 20.Transition from old style ESA before the end of the assessment phase

      7. 20A.Transition from jobseeker’s allowance following an extended period of sickness

      8. 21.Other claimants with limited capability for work: credits only cases

      9. 22.Transition from income support payable on the grounds of incapacity for work or disability

      10. 23.Transition from other incapacity benefits

      11. 24.Transition from other incapacity benefits: claimants approaching pensionable age

      12. 25.Transition from other incapacity benefits: supplementary

      13. 26.Other claimants with incapacity for work: credits only cases where claimant is approaching pensionable age

      14. 27.Other claimants with incapacity for work: credits only cases

      15. 28.Meaning of “qualifying young person”

      16. 29.Support for housing costs

      17. 30.Sanctions: transition from old style ESA

      18. 31.Escalation of sanctions: transition from old style ESA

      19. 32.Sanctions: transition from old style JSA

      20. 33.Escalation of sanctions: transition from old style JSA

      21. 34.Sanctions: temporary return to certain existing benefits

      22. 35.Loss of benefit penalties: transition from existing benefits other than tax credits

      23. 36.Loss of benefit penalties: reduction of universal credit

  4. Signature

  5. Explanatory Note

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