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11.3.3.20 People who move out of a declared child protection state or territory

People who move out of a declared child protection state or territory

If a person who is being income managed under the Child Protection Measure moves temporarily or permanently outside of the areas where income management is in effect, income management continues for that person until the relevant child protection authority revokes the notice or the notice ends, or until the conditions in SS(Admin)Act section 123UC otherwise cease to be satisfied.

If a person moves permanently from a declared child protection state or territory, as long as the relevant child protection authority does not revoke or withdraw the income management notice, income management continues to apply.

Act reference: SS(Admin)Act section 123UC Persons subject to the income management regime-child protection

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