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11.5.3 Review & appeal process under the Disengaged Youth measure

Reviews & appeals

A person who is unhappy with a decision made under the SS(Admin)Act about income management arrangements for them, under the Disengaged Youth measure, may seek review of that decision. The person will have access to the full range of review and appeal rights, including review by AROs and the AAT.

Note: This applies to decisions made under the Commonwealth social security law. Certain decisions made in relation to income management under state law cannot be reviewed in this manner.

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