|Name:||Social Security Administration Act 1992 (Chapter 5)|
|Subject(s):||Administration and financing|
|Type of legislation:||Law, Act|
|Entry into force:|
|Published on:||Printed separately, 187 p.
|Bibliography:||Printed separately, 187 p.
Legislation on-line The National Archives, United Kingdom PDF of Act as revised to 30/11/2018 (consulted on 2016-05-11)
|Abstract/Citation:||Consolidates numerous enactments relating to the administration of social security and related matters; it is comprised of 16 Parts which are divided into 192 sections. Part I concerns claims for and payments and general administration of benefit; Part II is about adjudication under the Act; Part II relates to overpayments and adjustments of benefit; Part IV provides for recovery from compensation payments; Part V concerns income support and the duty to maintain; Part VI deals with enforcement; Part VII concerns provision of information; Part VIII provides arrangements for housing benefit, community charge benefits and related subsidies; Part IX, X and XI deal with alteration of contributions, review and alteration of benefits, and computation of benefits; Parts XII, XIII, and XIV are about finance, advisory bodies and consultation, and social security systems outside Great Britain; and Parts XV and XVI contain miscellaneous and general provisions.|