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No. 8 of 2001 Determinations/Veterans' Entitlements as made
Exempts payments made to participants in the HILDA survey (Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia survey) from the definition of ordinary income in the Veterans' Entitlements Act 1986.
Administered by: Veterans' Affairs
Registered 25 Aug 2005
Date of repeal 19 Mar 2014
Repealed by Veterans' Affairs (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2014

 

 

VETERANS’ ENTITLEMENTS ACT 1986

 

 

 

 

Veterans’ Entitlements Income Exempt Lump Sum

Determination No. 8 of 2001

 

 

 

I, ROGER WINZENBERG, delegate of the Repatriation Commission, hereby determine the “amount or one of a class of amounts” specified in Part 2 of the attached Schedule to this instrument to be an “exempt lump sum” in accordance with paragraph 5H(12)(c) of the Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986. 

 

 

 

 

 

Dated this Twelfth day of December 2001.

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROGER WINZENBERG

Delegate


Veterans’ Entitlements Income Exempt Lump Sum
Determination No. 8 of 2001

 

Schedule

 

Part 1: Preliminary and Interpretation

 

1.1                   NAME OF DETERMINATION

 

This determination is the Veterans’ Entitlements Income Exempt Lump Sum Determination No. 8 of 2001.

 

1.2                                     COMMENCEMENT

 

This determination commences on the date of signature.

 

1.3                   DEFINITIONS

 

In this determination:

 

“Act” means the Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986.

 

“eligible household” means a household where there is more than one person residing in that household who is eligible to complete a personal questionnaire and each eligible person in that household completes that questionnaire.

 

“eligible single household” means either:

 

(a)               a household where there is only one person residing in that household who is eligible to complete a personal questionnaire and that person completes that questionnaire; or

 

(b)               a household where there is more than one person residing in that household who is eligible to complete a personal questionnaire but only one person completes that questionnaire.

 

“HILDA survey” means the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia survey.

 

“personal questionnaire” means the questionnaire prepared for the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia survey.

 


 

Part 2:  Amount or class of amounts declared to be an exempt lump sum

 

2.1                                     Amount or Class of Amounts

 

(1)                                       Paragraph 5H(12)(c) of the Act provides that an amount, or class of

amounts, received by a person is an exempt lump sum if the amount, or class of amounts, is determined to be an exempt lump sum.

 

Eligible household amount

 

(2)                                       Where every person, eligible to complete the personal questionnaire of an eligible household, completes that questionnaire, then, that eligible household may be provided financial assistance of $50, to partially reimburse that eligible household for any expenses associated with that household’s participation in the HILDA survey.

 

Eligible single household amount

 

(3)                   Where only one person, eligible to complete the personal questionnaire of an eligible single household, completes that questionnaire, then, that eligible single household may be provided financial assistance of $20, to partially reimburse that eligible single household for any expenses associated with that household’s participation in the HILDA survey.

 

2.2                                     Application – Exempt Lump Sums

 

(1)                                       It is appropriate to determine that an amount, or class of amounts,

paid to a person, on behalf of either an eligible household or an eligible single household, before, on, or after the commencement of this determination, in accordance with the requirements of subclauses 2.1(2) or 2.1(3) of this determination, as the case may be, is an exempt lump sum for the purposes of paragraph 5H(12)(c) of the Act from the date that the amount is paid.