1.1.E.100 Exceptional circumstances

Definition

A claim for PLP is made in exceptional circumstances if it is made by a person who satisfies paragraph 54(1)(c) (primary claims) or paragraph 54(2)(d) (secondary claims) or subsection 54(3) (tertiary claims), i.e. the person satisfies the circumstances prescribed by the PPL rules.

A DAPP claimant may make a claim and be eligible for DAPP for a child on a day if, on that day, the claimant satisfies the conditions prescribed by the PPL Rules.

Act reference: PPLAct section 6 The Dictionary, section 54 Who can make a primary claim, a secondary claim or tertiary claim, section 115CB(4) Third, a DAPP claimant is eligible for DAPP…

Paid Parental Leave Rules 2010

Policy reference: PPL Guide 2.2.10.50 Primary Claimant for PLP in Exceptional Circumstances - Any Other Person, 2.2.6.20 Disputed Care Situations/Loss of Care for Child for PLP, 2.2.12 Who is a Tertiary Claimant for PLP?

Last reviewed: 8 May 2017