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The Council Tax Reduction Schemes and Prescribed Requirements (Wales) Regulations 2012

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Regulation 31(2)

SCHEDULE 10Capital disregards: persons who are not pensioners

1.  Any payment made to the applicant in respect of any child care, travel or other expenses incurred, or to be incurred, by the applicant in respect of the applicant’s participation in the Work for Your Benefit Scheme but only for 52 weeks beginning with the date of receipt of the payment.

2.  Any payment made to the applicant in respect of any travel or other expenses incurred, or to be incurred, by the applicant in respect of the applicant’s participation in the Mandatory Work Activity Scheme but only for 52 weeks beginning with the date of receipt of the payment.

3.  Any payment made to the applicant in respect of any travel or other expenses incurred, or to be incurred, by the applicant in respect of the applicant’s participation in the Employment, Skills and Enterprise Scheme but only for 52 weeks beginning with the date of receipt of the payment.

4.  The dwelling together with any garage, garden and outbuildings, normally occupied by the applicant as the applicant’s home including any premises not so occupied which it is impracticable or unreasonable to sell separately, but, notwithstanding paragraph 7 of Schedule 6 (calculation of income and capital of members of applicant’s family and of a polygamous marriage), only one dwelling is to be disregarded under this paragraph.

5.  Any premises acquired for occupation by the applicant which the applicant intends to occupy as the applicant’s home within 26 weeks of the date of acquisition or such longer period as is reasonable in the circumstances to enable the applicant to obtain possession and commence occupation of the premises.

6.  Any sum directly attributable to the proceeds of sale of any premises formerly occupied by the applicant as the applicant’s home which is to be used for the purchase of other premises intended for such occupation within 26 weeks of the date of sale or such longer period as is reasonable in the circumstances to enable the applicant to complete the purchase.

7.  Any premises occupied in whole or in part—

(a)by a partner or relative of a single applicant or any member of the family as the applicant’s home where that person has attained the qualifying age for state pension credit or is incapacitated;

(b)by the former partner of the applicant as the applicant’s home; but this provision is not to apply where the former partner is a person from whom the applicant is estranged or divorced or with whom the applicant had formed a civil partnership that has been dissolved.

8.  Where an applicant is on income support, an income-based jobseeker’s allowance or an income-related employment and support allowance, the whole of the applicant’s capital.

9.  Where the applicant is a member of a joint-claim couple for the purposes of the Jobseekers Act 1995 and the applicant’s partner is on income-based jobseeker’s allowance, the whole of the applicant’s capital.

10.  Any future interest in property of any kind, other than land or premises in respect of which the applicant has granted a subsisting lease or tenancy, including sub-leases or sub-tenancies.

11.—(1) The assets of any business owned in whole or in part by the applicant and for the purposes of which the applicant is engaged as a self-employed earner, or if the applicant has ceased to be so engaged, for such period as may be reasonable in the circumstances to allow for disposal of any such asset.

(2) The assets of any business owned in whole or in part by the applicant where—

(a)the applicant is not engaged as a self-employed earner in that business by reason of some disease or bodily or mental disablement; but

(b)the applicant intends to become engaged or, as the case may be, re-engaged as a self-employed earner in that business as soon as the applicant recovers or is able to become engaged or re-engaged in that business,

for a period of 26 weeks from the date on which the application for a reduction under an authority’s scheme is made, or is treated as made, or, if it is unreasonable to expect the applicant to become engaged or re-engaged in that business within that period, for such longer period as is reasonable in the circumstances to enable the applicant to become so engaged or re-engaged.

(3) In the case of a person who is receiving assistance under the self-employment route, the assets acquired by that person for the purpose of establishing or carrying on the commercial activity in respect of which such assistance is being received.

(4) In the case of a person who has ceased carrying on the commercial activity in respect of which assistance was received as specified in sub-paragraph (3), the assets relating to that activity for such period as may be reasonable in the circumstances to allow for disposal of any such asset.

12.  Subject to sub-paragraph (2), any arrears of, or any concessionary payment made to compensate for arrears due to the non-payment of—

(a)any payment specified in paragraphs 11, 13 or 14 of Schedule 9;

(b)an income-related benefit under Part 7 of the SSCBA;

(c)an income-based jobseeker’s allowance;

(d)any discretionary housing payment paid pursuant to regulation 2(1) of the Discretionary Financial Assistance Regulations 2001;

(e)working tax credit and child tax credit;

(f)an income-related employment and support allowance,

but only for a period of 52 weeks from the date of the receipt of arrears or of the concessionary payment.

(2) In a case where the total of any arrears and, if appropriate, any concessionary payment referred to in sub-paragraph (1) relating to one of the specified payments, benefits or allowances amounts to £5,000 or more (referred to in this sub-paragraph and in sub-paragraph (3) as “the relevant sum”) and is—

(a)paid in order to rectify or to compensate for, an official error as defined in regulation 1(2) of the Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit (Decisions and Appeals) Regulations 2001; and

(b)received by the applicant in full on or after 14th October 2001,

sub-paragraph (1) is to have effect in relation to such arrears or concessionary payment either for a period of 52 weeks from the date of receipt, or, if the relevant sum is received in its entirety during the period of an award of a reduction under an authority’s scheme, for the remainder of that period if that is a longer period.

(3) For the purposes of sub-paragraph (2), “the period of an award of a reduction under an authority’s scheme” means—

(a)the award in which the relevant sum is first received (or the first part thereof where it is paid in more than one instalment); and

(b)where that award is followed by one or more further awards which, or each of which, begins immediately after the end of the previous award, such further award provided that for that further award the applicant—

(i)is the person who received the relevant sum; or

(ii)is the partner of the person who received the relevant sum, or was that person’s partner at the date of that person’s death.

13.  Any sum—

(a)paid to the applicant in consequence of damage to, or loss of the home or any personal possession and intended for its repair or replacement; or

(b)acquired by the applicant (whether as a loan or otherwise) on the express condition that it is to be used for effecting essential repairs or improvement to the home,

which is to be used for the intended purpose, for a period of 26 weeks from the date on which it was so paid or acquired or such longer period as is reasonable in the circumstances to effect the repairs, replacement or improvement.

14.  Any sum—

(a)deposited with a housing association as defined in section 1(1) of the Housing Associations Act 1985 as a condition of occupying the home;

(b)which was so deposited and which is to be used for the purchase of another home,

for the period of 26 weeks or such longer period as may be reasonable in the circumstances to enable the applicant to complete the purchase.

15.  Any personal possessions except those which have been acquired by the applicant with the intention of reducing the applicant’s capital in order to secure entitlement to a reduction under an authority’s scheme or to increase the amount of that reduction.

16.  The value of the right to receive any income under an annuity or the surrender value (if any) of such an annuity.

17.  Where the funds of a trust are derived from a payment made in consequence of any personal injury to the applicant or applicant’s partner, the value of the trust fund and the value of the right to receive any payment under that trust.

18.—(1) Any payment made to the applicant or the applicant’s partner in consequence of any personal injury to the applicant or, as the case may be, the applicant’s partner.

(2) But sub-paragraph (1)—

(a)applies only for the period of 52 weeks beginning with the day on which the applicant first receives any payment in consequence of that personal injury;

(b)does not apply to any subsequent payment made to the applicant in consequence of that injury (whether it is made by the same person or another);

(c)ceases to apply to the payment or any part of the payment from the day on which the applicant no longer possesses it;

(d)does not apply to any payment from a trust where the funds of the trust are derived from a payment made in consequence of any personal injury to the applicant.

(3) For the purposes of sub-paragraph (2)(c), the circumstances in which an applicant no longer possesses a payment or a part of it include where the applicant has used a payment or part of it to purchase an asset.

(4) References in sub-paragraphs (2) and (3) to the applicant are to be construed as including references to the applicant’s partner (where applicable).

19.  The value of the right to receive any income under a life interest or from a life rent.

20.  The value of the right to receive any income which is disregarded under paragraph 15 of Schedule 8 or paragraph 29 of Schedule 9.

21.  The surrender value of any policy of life insurance.

22.  Where any payment of capital falls to be made by instalments, the value of the right to receive any outstanding instalments.

23.  Any payment made by a local authority in accordance with section 17, 23B, 23C or 24A of the Children Act 1989 or, as the case may be, section 12 of the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968 or sections 22, 29 or 30 of the Children (Scotland) Act 1995 (provision of services for children and their families and advice and assistance to certain children).

24.—(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (2), any payment (or part of a payment) made by a local authority in accordance with section 23C of the Children Act 1989 or section 29 of the Children (Scotland) Act 1995 (local authorities' duty to promote welfare of children and powers to grant financial assistance to persons in, or formerly in, their care) to a person (“A”) which A passes on to the applicant.

(2) Sub-paragraph (1) applies only where A—

(a)was formerly in the applicant’s care, and

(b)is aged 18 or over, and

(c)continues to live with the applicant.

25.  Any—

(a)social fund payment made pursuant to Part 8 of the SSCBA (the social fund); or

(b)occasional assistance.

26.  Any refund of tax which falls to be deducted under section 369 of the Income and Corporation Taxes Act 1988 (deduction of tax from certain loan interest) on a payment of relevant loan interest for the purpose of acquiring an interest in the home or carrying out repairs or improvements to the home.

27.  Any capital which by virtue of paragraph 18 of Schedule 6 or paragraph 9 of Schedule 11 (capital treated as income), treatment of student loans) is to be treated as income.

28.  Where any payment of capital is made in a currency other than sterling, any banking charge or commission payable in converting that payment into sterling.

29.—(1) Any payment made under or by the Trusts, the Fund, the Eileen Trust, MFET Limited, the Independent Living Fund (2006), the Skipton Fund, the Caxton Foundation or the London Bombings Relief Charitable Fund.

(2) Any payment by or on behalf of a person who is suffering or who suffered from haemophilia or who is or was a qualifying person, which derives from a payment made under or by any of the Trusts to which sub-paragraph (1) refers and which is made to or for the benefit of—

(a)that person’s partner or former partner from whom that person is not, or where that person has died was not, estranged or divorced or with whom that person has formed a civil partnership that has not been dissolved or, where that person has died, had not been dissolved at the time of that person’s death;

(b)any child who is a member of that person’s family or who was such a member and who is a member of the applicant’s family; or

(c)any young person who is a member of that person’s family or who was such a member and who is a member of the applicant’s family.

(3) Any payment by or on behalf of the partner or former partner of a person who is suffering or who suffered from haemophilia or who is or was a qualifying person which derives from a payment made under or by any of the Trusts to which sub-paragraph (1) refers and which is made to or for the benefit of—

(a)the person who is suffering from haemophilia or who is a qualifying person;

(b)any child who is a member of that person’s family or who was such a member and who is a member of the applicant’s family; or

(c)any young person who is a member of that person’s family or who was such a member and who is a member of the applicant’s family.

(4) Sub-paragraph (3) does not apply if—

(a)the partner or former partner and that person are not, or if either of them has died were not, estranged or divorced, or

(b)where the partner or former partner and that person have formed a civil partnership, the civil partnership has not been dissolved or, if either of them has died, had not been dissolved at the time of the death.

(5) Any payment by a person who is suffering from haemophilia or who is a qualifying person, which derives from a payment under or by any of the Trusts to which sub-paragraph (1) refers, where—

(a)that person has no partner or former partner from whom that person is not estranged or divorced or with whom that person has formed a civil partnership that has not been dissolved, nor any child or young person who is or had been a member of that person’s family; and

(b)the payment is made either—

(i)to that person’s parent or step-parent; or

(ii)where that person at the date of the payment is a child, a young person or a student who has not completed full-time education and has no parent or step-parent, to that child or young person’s guardian or that student’s guardian,

but only for a period from the date of the payment until the end of two years from that person’s death.

(6) Any payment out of the estate of a person who suffered from haemophilia or who was a qualifying person, which derives from a payment under or by any of the Trusts to which sub-paragraph (1) refers, where—

(a)that person at the date of that person’s death (the relevant date) had no partner or former partner from whom that person was not estranged or divorced or with whom that person had formed a civil partnership that had not been dissolved, nor any child or young person who was or had been a member of that person’s family; and

(b)the payment is made either—

(i)to that person’s parent or step-parent; or

(ii)where that person at the relevant date was a child, a young person or a student who had not completed full-time education and had no parent or step-parent, to that child or young person’s guardian or that student’s guardian,

but only for a period of two years from the relevant date.

(7) In the case of a person to whom or for whose benefit a payment referred to in this paragraph is made, any capital resource which derives from any payment of income or capital made under or deriving from any of the Trusts.

(8) For the purposes of sub-paragraphs (2) to (6), any reference to the Trusts is to be construed as including a reference to the Fund, the Eileen Trust, MFET Limited, the Skipton Fund, the Caxton Foundation, and the London Bombings Relief Charitable Fund.

30.—(1) Where an applicant has ceased to occupy what was formerly the dwelling occupied as the home following the applicant’s estrangement or divorce from, or dissolution of the applicant’s civil partnership with, the applicant’s former partner, that dwelling for a period of 26 weeks from the date on which the applicant ceased to occupy that dwelling or, where the dwelling is occupied as the home by the former partner who is a lone parent, for so long as it is so occupied.

(2) In this paragraph “dwelling” includes any garage, garden and outbuildings, which were formerly occupied by the applicant as the applicant’s home and any premises not so occupied which it is impracticable or unreasonable to sell separately, in particular, in Scotland, any croft land on which the dwelling is situated.

31.  Any premises where the applicant is taking reasonable steps to dispose of those premises, for a period of 26 weeks from the date on which the applicant first took such steps, or such longer period as is reasonable in the circumstances to enable the applicant to dispose of those premises.

32.  Any premises which the applicant intends to occupy as the applicant’s home, and in respect of which the applicant is taking steps to obtain possession and has sought legal advice, or has commenced legal proceedings, with a view to obtaining possession, for a period of 26 weeks from the date on which the applicant first sought such advice or first commenced such proceedings whichever is the earlier, or such longer period as is reasonable in the circumstances to enable the applicant to obtain possession and commence occupation of those premises.

33.  Any premises which the applicant intends to occupy as the applicant’s home to which essential repairs or alterations are required in order to render them fit for such occupation, for a period of 26 weeks from the date on which the applicant first takes steps to effect those repairs or alterations, or such longer period as is necessary to enable those repairs or alterations to be carried out.

34.  Any payment made by the Secretary of State to compensate for the loss (in whole or in part) of entitlement to housing benefit.

35.  The value of the right to receive an occupational or personal pension.

36.  The value of any funds held under a personal pension scheme.

37.  The value of the right to receive any rent except where the applicant has a reversionary interest in the property in respect of which rent is due.

38.  Any payment in kind made by a charity or under or by the Trusts, the Fund, MFET Limited, the Skipton Fund, the Caxton Foundation or the Independent Living Fund (2006).

39.  Any payment made pursuant to section 2 of the Employment and Training Act 1973 Act or section 2 of the Enterprise and New Towns (Scotland) Act 1990, but only for the period of 52 weeks beginning on the date of receipt of the payment.

40.  Any payment in consequence of a reduction of council tax under section 13 of the 1992 Act, (reduction of liability for council tax), but only for a period of 52 weeks from the date of the receipt of the payment.

41.  Any grant made in accordance with a scheme made under section 129 of the Housing Act 1988 or section 66 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1988 (schemes for payments to assist local housing authority and local authority tenants to obtain other accommodation) which is to be used—

(a)to purchase premises intended for occupation as the applicant’s home; or

(b)to carry out repairs or alterations which are required to render premises fit for occupation as the applicant’s home,

for a period of 26 weeks from the date on which the applicant received such a grant or such longer period as is reasonable in the circumstances to enable the purchase, repairs or alterations to be completed and the applicant to commence occupation of those premises as the applicant’s home.

42.  Any arrears of supplementary pension which is disregarded under paragraph 53 of Schedule 9 (sums to be disregarded in the calculation of income other than earnings) or of any amount which is disregarded under paragraph 54 or 55 of that Schedule, but only for a period of 52 weeks from the date of receipt of the arrears.

43.—(1) Any payment or repayment made—

(a)as respects England, under regulation 5, 6 or 12 of the National Health Service (Travel Expenses and Remission of Charges) Regulations 2003 (travelling expenses and health service supplies);

(b)as respects Wales, under regulation 5, 6 or 11 of the National Health Service (Travelling Expenses and Remission of Charges) (Wales) Regulations 2007 (travelling expenses and health service supplies);

(c)as respects Scotland, under regulation 3, 5 or 11 of the National Health Service (Travelling Expenses and Remission of Charges) (Scotland) (No 2) Regulations 2003 (travelling expenses and health service supplies),

but only for a period of 52 weeks from the date of receipt of the payment or repayment.

(2) Any payment or repayment made by the Secretary of State for Health, the Scottish Ministers or the Welsh Ministers which is analogous to a payment or repayment mentioned in sub-paragraph (1), but only for a period of 52 weeks from the date of receipt of the payment or repayment.

44.  Any payment made to such persons entitled to receive benefits as may be determined by or under a scheme made pursuant to section 13 of the Social Security Act 1988 in lieu of vouchers or similar arrangements in connection with the provision of those benefits (including payments made in place of healthy start vouchers, milk tokens or the supply of vitamins), but only for a period of 52 weeks from the date of receipt of the payment.

45.  Any payment made either by the Secretary of State for Justice or by Scottish Ministers under a scheme established to assist relatives and other persons to visit persons in custody, but only for a period of 52 weeks from the date of the receipt of the payment.

46.  Any payment (other than a training allowance) made, whether by the Secretary of State or any other person, under the Disabled Persons (Employment) Act 1944 to assist disabled persons to obtain or retain employment despite their disability.

47.  Any payment made by a local authority under section 3 of the Disabled Persons (Employment) Act 1958 to homeworkers assisted under the Blind Homeworkers' Scheme.

48.—(1) Any sum of capital to which sub-paragraph (2) applies and—

(a)which is administered on behalf of a person by the High Court or the County Court under Rule 21.11(1) of the Civil Procedure Rules 1998 or by the Court of Protection;

(b)which can only be disposed of by order or direction of any such court; or

(c)where the person concerned is under the age of 18, which can only be disposed of by order or direction prior to that person attaining age 18.

(2) This sub-paragraph applies to a sum of capital which is derived from—

(a)an award of damages for a personal injury to that person; or

(b)compensation for the death of one or both parents where the person concerned is under the age of 18.

49.  Any sum of capital administered on behalf of a person in accordance with an order made under section 13 of the Children (Scotland) Act 1995, or under Rule 36.14 of the Ordinary Cause Rules 1993 or under Rule 128 of those Rules, where such sum derives from—

(a)an award of damages for a personal injury to that person; or

(b)compensation for the death of one or both parents where the person concerned is under the age of 18.

50.  Any payment to the applicant as holder of the Victoria Cross or George Cross.

51.  In the case of a person who is receiving, or who has received, assistance under the self-employment route, any sum of capital which is acquired by that person for the purpose of establishing or carrying on the commercial activity in respect of which such assistance is or was received but only for a period of 52 weeks from the date on which that sum was acquired.

52.—(1) Any payment of a sports award for a period of 26 weeks from the date of receipt of that payment except to the extent that it has been made in respect of any one or more of the items specified in sub-paragraph (2).

(2) The items specified for the purposes of sub-paragraph (1) are food, ordinary clothing or footwear, household fuel or rent of the applicant or, where the applicant is a member of a family, any other member of the applicant’s family, or any council tax or water charges for which that applicant or member is liable.

(3) For the purposes of sub-paragraph (2) “food” does not include vitamins, minerals or other special dietary supplements intended to enhance the performance of the person in the sport in respect of which the award was made.

53.—(1) Any payment—

(a)by way of an education maintenance allowance made pursuant to—

(i)regulations made under section 518 of the Education Act 1996;

(ii)regulations made under section 49 or 73(f) of the Education (Scotland) Act 1980;

(iii)directions made under section 73ZA of the Education (Scotland) Act 1980 and paid under section 12(2)(c) of the Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Act 1992;

(b)corresponding to such an education maintenance allowance, made pursuant to—

(i)section 14 or section 181 of the Education Act 2002 (power of Secretary of State and Welsh Ministers to give financial assistance for purposes related to education or childcare, and allowances in respect of education or training); or

(ii)regulations made under section 181 of that Act; or

(c)in England and Wales, by way of financial assistance made pursuant to section 14 of the Education Act 2002.

(2) Any payment, other than a payment to which sub-paragraph (1) applies, made pursuant to—

(a)regulations made under section 518 of the Education Act 1996;

(b)regulations made under section 49 of the Education (Scotland) Act 1980; or

(c)directions made under section 73ZA of the Education (Scotland) Act 1980 and paid under section 12(2)(c) of the Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Act 1992;

in respect of a course of study attended by a child or a young person or a person who is in receipt of an education maintenance allowance or other payment made pursuant to any provision specified in sub-paragraph (1).

54.  In the case of an applicant participating in an employment zone programme, any discretionary payment made by an employment zone contractor to the applicant, being a fee, grant, loan or otherwise, but only for the period of 52 weeks from the date of receipt of the payment.

55.  Any arrears of subsistence allowance paid as a lump sum but only for the period of 52 weeks from the date of receipt of the payment.

56.  Where an ex-gratia payment of £10,000 has been made by the Secretary of State on or after 1st February 2001 in consequence of the imprisonment or interment of—

(a)the applicant;

(b)the applicant’s partner;

(c)the applicant’s deceased spouse or deceased civil partner; or

(d)the applicant’s partner’s deceased spouse or deceased civil partner,

by the Japanese during the Second World War, £10,000.

57.—(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (2), the amount of any trust payment made to an applicant or a member of an applicant’s family who is—

(a)a diagnosed person;

(b)the diagnosed person’s partner or the person who was the diagnosed person’s partner at the date of the diagnosed person’s death;

(c)a parent of a diagnosed person, a person acting in place of the diagnosed person’s parents or a person who was so acting at the date of the diagnosed person’s death; or

(d)a member of the diagnosed person’s family (other than that person’s partner) or a person who was a member of the diagnosed person’s family (other than that person’s partner) at the date of the diagnosed person’s death.

(2) Where a trust payment is made to—

(a)a person referred to in sub-paragraph (1)(a) or (b), that sub-paragraph is to apply for the period beginning on the date on which the trust payment is made and ending on the date on which that person dies;

(b)a person referred to in sub-paragraph (1)(c), that sub-paragraph is to apply for the period beginning on the date on which the trust payment is made and ending two years after that date;

(c)a person referred to in sub-paragraph (1)(d), that sub-paragraph is to apply for the period beginning on the date on which the trust payment is made and ending—

(i)two years after that date; or

(ii)on the day before the day on which that person—

(aa)ceases receiving full-time education; or

(bb)attains the age of 20,

whichever is the latest.

(3) Subject to sub-paragraph (4), the amount of any payment by a person to whom a trust payment has been made or of any payment out of the estate of a person to whom a trust payment has been made, which is made to an applicant or a member of an applicant’s family who is—

(a)the diagnosed person’s partner or the person who was the diagnosed person’s partner at the date of the diagnosed person’s death;

(b)a parent of a diagnosed person, a person acting in place of the diagnosed person’s parents or a person who was so acting at the date of the diagnosed person’s death; or

(c)a member of the diagnosed person’s family (other than that person’s partner) or a person who was a member of the diagnosed person’s family (other than that person’s partner) at the date of the diagnosed person’s death,

but only to the extent that such payments do not exceed the total amount of any trust payments made to that person.

(4) Where a payment as referred to in sub-paragraph (3) is made to—

(a)a person referred to in sub-paragraph (3)(a), that sub-paragraph is to apply for the period beginning on the date on which that payment is made and ending on the date on which that person dies;

(b)a person referred to in sub-paragraph (3)(b), that sub-paragraph is to apply for the period beginning on the date on which that payment is made and ending two years after that date; or

(c)a person referred to in sub-paragraph (3)(c), that sub-paragraph is to apply for the period beginning on the date on which that payment is made and ending—

(i)two years after that date; or

(ii)on the day before the day on which that person—

(aa)ceases receiving full-time education; or

(bb)attains the age of 20,

whichever is the latest.

(5) In this paragraph, a reference to a person—

(a)being the diagnosed person’s partner;

(b)being a member of a diagnosed person’s family;

(c)acting in place of the diagnosed person’s parents,

at the date of the diagnosed person’s death is to include a person who would have been such a person or a person who would have been so acting, but for the diagnosed person residing in a care home, an Abbeyfield Home or an independent hospital on that date.

(6) In this paragraph—

“diagnosed person” means a person who has been diagnosed as suffering from, or who, after that person’s death, has been diagnosed as having suffered from, variant Creutzfeld-Jakob disease;

“relevant trust” means a trust established out of funds provided by the Secretary of State in respect of persons who suffered, or who are suffering, from variant Creutzfeld-Jakob disease for the benefit of persons eligible for payments in accordance with its provisions;

“trust payment” means a payment under a relevant trust.

58.  The amount of any payment, other than a war pension, to compensate for the fact that the applicant, the applicant’s partner, the applicant’s deceased spouse or deceased civil partner or the applicant’s partner’s deceased spouse or deceased civil partner—

(a)was a slave labourer or a forced labourer;

(b)had suffered property loss or had suffered personal injury; or

(c)was a parent of a child who had died,

during the Second World War.

59.  Any payment made by a local authority, or by the Welsh Ministers, to or on behalf of the applicant or the applicant’s partner relating to a service which is provided to develop or sustain the capacity of the applicant or the applicant’s partner to live independently in the applicant’s accommodation.

60.  Any payment made under regulations made under section 57 of the Health and Social Care Act 2001, or under section 12B of the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968, or under sections 12A to 12D of the National Health Service Act 2006 (direct payments for health care).

61.  Any payment made to the applicant pursuant to regulations under section 2(6)(b), 3 or 4 of the Adoption and Children Act 2002.

62.  Any payment made to the applicant in accordance with regulations made pursuant to section 14F of the Children Act 1989 (special guardianship support services).

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