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Social Security and Family Assistance Law e3

Social Security and Family Assistance Law e3

By Peter Sutherland and Allan Anforth

This third edition comprehensively annotates the social security and family assistance law of Australia, as amended to 5 March 2013. It is the 12th volume in a book series which has annotated the Social Security Act and associated legislation since first publication in 1984. The third edition annotates the Social Security Law and the Family Assistance Law.

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    This third edition comprehensively annotates the social security and family assistance law of Australia, as amended to 5 March 2013. It is the 12th volume in a book series which has annotated the Social Security Act and associated legislation since first publication in 1984.

    The third edition annotates the Social Security Law and the Family Assistance Law which comprises:

    • Social Security Act 1991
    • Social Security (Administration) Act 1999
    • Social Security (International Agreements) Act 1999 (and Regulations)
    • A New Tax System (Family Assistance) Act 1999
    • A New Tax System (Family Assistance) (Administration) Act 1999.

    Social security practitioners will find that the third edition maintains the reputation of its predecessors as an indispensable reference for all those engaged in social security and family assistance decision-making, whether as a lawyer, a Tribunal member, a Department or Centrelink officer, or a community advocate.

    Special features of this new book include:

    • comprehensive annotations, on a section-by-section basis, covering decisions of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, the Federal Court and the High Court to 1 January 2013
    • follows the current structure of the social security and family assistance legislation (implemented in 2000) but also includes consideration of decisions under repealed provisions of the Social Security Act 1991 and the repealed Social Security Act 1947 which have continuing relevance
    • detailed discussion of areas of social security law which are the subject of ongoing review activity, increasing complexity and/or continuing debate and difficulty: assets and income testing; debt recovery and waiver; compensation recovery; notices; participation requirements; shared care of children; and marital status
    • a subject matter index, table of cases, table of statutes and amendment histories for each of the five acts annotated in the book.
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    ISBN: 9781862879003

    Published: 2013

    Format: Softcover

  • Table of contents

    Editorial Contributions

    Contributors

    Acknowledgments

    Currency of Legislation and Annotations

    Key to Case Citation

    Table of Cases

    Table of Statutes

    SOCIAL SECURITY LAW

    Social Security Act 1991

    Table of Parts

    Chapter 1: Introductory

    Chapter 2: Pensions, benefits and allowances

    Chapter 2A: Benefits and concessions other than payments

    Chapter 2B: Student financial supplement scheme

    Chapter 2C: Assurances of support

    Chapter 3: General provisions relating to payability and rates

    Chapter 4: International agreements and portability

    Chapter 5: Overpayments and debt recovery

    Schedules

    Social Security (Administration) Act 1999

    Table of Parts

    Part 1: Preliminary

    Part 2: General administration of social security law

    Part 3: Provision of benefits

    Part 3A: Nominees

    Part 3B: Income management regime

    Part 3C: Schooling requirements

    Part 4: Review of decisions

    Part 5: Information management

    Part 6: Offences

    Part 7: Miscellaneous

    Part 8: Transitional and savings provisions

    Schedules

    Social Security (International Agreements) Act 1999

    Table of Parts

    Part 1: Preliminary

    Part 2: International social security agreements

    Part 3: Calculation of international agreement portability rates

    Part 4: Regulations

    Schedules

    FAMILY ASSISTANCE LAW

    A New Tax System (Family Assistance) Act 1999

    Table of Parts

    Part 1: Preliminary

    Part 2: Interpretation

    Part 3: Eligibility for family assistance

    Part 4: Rate of family assistance

    Part 5: One-off payments to families

    Part 6: Economic security strategy payment to families

    Part 7: Back to school bonus and single income family bonus

    Part 7A: ETR payment

    Part 8: Clean energy advances

    Schedules

    A New Tax System (Family Assistance) (Administration) Act 1999

    Table of Parts

    Part 1: Preliminary

    Part 2: Interpretation

    Part 3: Payment of family assistance

    Part 4: Overpayments and debt recovery

    Part 5: Review of decisions

    Part 6: Provisions relating to information

    Part 7: Liability of certain employers and principals for offences

    Part 8: Approval of child care services and registered carers

    Part 8A: Obligations, and advances, relating to approved child care services

    Part 8B: Nominees

    Part 8C: Civil penalties

    Part 9: Other matters

    Index

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