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1.1.C.147 Continuous PPL period


A 'continuous PPL period' refers to the PPL period and a block of flexible PPL days taken immediately after the end of the PPL period (beginning on the first week day following the end of their PPL period). In this circumstance, the person's employer will ordinarily pay instalments during the person's continuous flexible period (1.1.C.145) where there is an employer determination (1.1.E.60) in force.

Act reference: PPLAct section 6A When a person has a continuous PPL period and the person's continuous flexible period, section 72 When an employer pays instalments

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