This 2nd edition comprehensively annotates the social security and family assistance law of Australia, as amended to February 2005. It is the 11th volume in a book series which first saw the light of day in 1984. Social security practitioners will find that it maintains the reputation of its predecessors over 20 years as an indispensable reference for all those engaged in social security and family assistance decision-making whether as a lawyer, a Tribunal member, a Department or Centrelink officer, or a community advocate. Special features of this new book include: Comprehensive annotations, on a section-by-section basis, covering decisions of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, the Federal Court and the High Court to February 2005; The book follows the new structure of the social security legislation (implemented in March and July 2000) but also includes consideration of decisions under repealed provisions of the 1991 Act and the repealed Social Security Act 1947 which have continuing relevance; Detailed discussion of areas of social security law which are the subject of increasing complexity, continuing debate and difficulty: assets and income testing; debt recovery and waiver; compensation recovery; notices; activity testing; carer allowance; shared care; and marital status. Inclusion of a subject matter index, table of cases, table of statutes and amendment histories for each of the five Acts annotated in the book.The Tribunal considered that the diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome, in the nature of an enhanced susceptibility to ... aquot;chronic fatigue syndromeaquot; means a syndrome of new or definitive onset, attracting ICD code 780.7, characterised by theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Social Security and Family Assistance Law|
|Author||:||Peter H. Sutherland|
|Publisher||:||Federation Press - 2005|