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Social Security Legislation 2019/20 Volume V
Social Security Legislation 2019/20 Volume V
Universal Credit
2019-2020
ISBN:  9780414072008
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  30 Sep 2019
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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Universal Credit is Volume V of the series Social Security Legislation and was first published with the 2013/14
edition. It collects together the up-to-date legislation on universal credit and presenting it alongside authoritative and detailed legal analysis of its content.

Volume V is divided into six Parts. Part I provides a clear and comprehensive narrative overview and analysis of the scope and structure of universal credit. Part II comprises the relevant primary legislation, principally provisions in the Welfare Reform Act 2012, but also including sections from the Social Security Administration Act 1992 and the Social Security Act 1998. Part III for the most part consists of the main regulations, the Universal Credit Regulations 2013. Part IV contains the Universal Credit (Transitional Provisions) Regulations 2014 as well as all relevant Commencement Orders to date, along with phasing provisions. Part V includes regulations governing both claims and payments and also decisions and appeals as they relate to universal credit. The new Part VI includes the key statutory provisions from immigration law which bear on universal credit entitlement (e.g. as regards the right to reside). The text includes both the key statutory material and detailed commentary.

CONTENTS
Part I – Introduction
Part II – Universal Credit: Statutes
Part III – Universal Credit: Regulations
Part IV – Transitional Provisions, Commencement Orders & Savings Provisions
Part V – Universal Credit: Claims & Payments and Decisions & Appeals
Part VI – Immigration Status and the Right to Reside

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