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5.1.6 Making an employer determination after review of decision that PLP is payable


Centrelink may make an employer determination (1.1.E.60) on a day that is after the day on which a payability determination (1.1.P.60) is made where:

  • a decision is made to the effect that PLP is not payable to the person (including where a payability determination is not made because the claim was ineffective)
  • a decision is subsequently made to the effect that PLP is payable to the person, and
  • Centrelink is satisfied that the conditions for making an employer determination (as set out in 5.1.1) are met.

Act reference: PPLAct section 106 Effect of decision on review that PLP is payable

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