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15.18 Effect of Appeal Decision

ISSUE DATE: 04/2007

When a client wins an appeal, calculate and issue any corrective payments.

When a client who continues to receive benefits during the appeal process loses an appeal, stop or change benefits at the next issuance date. The county must send a notice of termination or reduction in benefits effective immediately to the family and the child care provider.

If the appeal decision finds the client to be ineligible, calculate the amount the client must repay for all months the client continued to receive benefits. See Chapter 14.3 (Responsibility for Overpayment).



LEGAL AUTHORITY

Minnesota Statutes 119B.16
Minnesota Rules 3400.0230

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