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11.4.5.10 Reasons for exit from the VWPR Measure

Reasons for exit

There are 4 main circumstances in which a person may cease to be subject to income management under the VWPR Measure. These may occur when:

  • the determination that the person is a VWPR ends (11.4.2.40)
  • the person's category H (11.1.1.50) welfare payment has been cancelled
  • the person becomes subject to the Cape York Welfare Reform, Child Protection or SPAR Measures, or
  • an excluded payment nominee (9.2.1) is appointed in relation to the person, or the person's existing payment nominee becomes an excluded payment nominee.

Act reference: SS(Admin)Act section 123TC-'category H welfare payment', section 123TC-'excluded Part 3B payment nominee'

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