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10 DAY NOTICE

ISSUE DATE: 12/2014

Most adverse actions require a 10 day advance notice. MAXIS will issue a 10 day notice unless you override the notice.

For coding and 10-day notice procedures for a client with whereabouts unknown, see TEMP Manual TE02.08.012 (Returned Mail Processing).

See the following sections for specific situations that have additional or different requirements:

0026

Notices.

0026.12.06

5 Day Notice.

0026.12.09

Adequate Notice.

0026.12.12

When Not to Give Additional Notice.

0026.12.15

When to Give Retroactive or No Notice.



MFIP:

10-day notice must be given for the following:

Death of a child or the 2nd caregiver.

Absence of a member of the assistance unit from the home which does not meet temporary absence. See 0014.09 (Assistance Units Temporary Absence).

Approval of assistance unit member to receive assistance in another state.


Also see 0026.12.18 (Cash Cut-Off Notice), 0026.12.21 (Voluntary Request for Closure Notice).


DWP, SNAP, MSA, GA, GRH:

Follow general provisions.

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