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  1. Thanks for the replies, I think the Habitual residency thing doesn't come into effect until 3 months absence. Actually I've found out 'joint' claim is not the correct term as the absenting partner has no claimant commitment due to childcare so it's a sort of couples claim. Really boils down to can JSA claims still be altered (couple to single ,single to couple) as long as main claimant stays the same ( in UC full-service areas).Obviously this is a change in circumstances but not all changes in circumstances trigger migration. Nothing I have read says they can't unless one of the couple has a single UC claim
  2. Hi, One child ' CTC claim, no HB Full-service UC area. Length of stay 6 weeks outside EU. Main claimant not traveling. Partner going abroad has no claimant commitment but about once a year has an interview at JC. JC coach doesn't know much about UC , they only deal with JSA. Obviously will be telling JC partner has gone abroad, so joint claim becomes single then on return becomes joint again. Can this still be done or will it trigger migration?
  3. If a couple have a joint JSA claim and the one who doesn't sign on (i.e not the lead claimant) goes abroad for a few weeks does this trigger migration to UC, either on leaving or returning?
  4. Scrap prices for cars are currently low, around £25-£45 so you haven't lost that much. The fact that the car had tax is irrelevant, it cannot be transferred with the vehicle and any full months remaining will be refunded to you. The MOT is irrelevant, if it is broken/ damaged and needs expensive repairs it will only be worth scrap price. You haven't lost collateral , the lender has lost their collateral, they cannot now repossess the car so the loan reverts to an unsecured loan. If you default on it they may find it difficult to get repayments through the courts if you have other debts. Because of the loan you were not in a position to sell the car privately or repair it and sell it ., which is yet another reason never to take logbook loans.
  5. Don't worry the carer's allowance claim hasn't been processed, I claimed just a few days before my relative died and was paid for the time up till death plus 8 weeks. If the claim for carer's allowance was made before your mother passed away then it will still be processed and paid, don't forget that there's a 8 week run-on after a death. A short period in a hospital or hospice will not affect your right to carer's, however after 4 weeks the DLA or Attendance Allowance will stop and the carer will no longer qualify for carer's allowance. From your original post it seems your mother was in hospital/hospice for less than 4 weeks so you should receive carer's from the date you claimed until 8 weeks after the date of death.
  6. Wind your neck in jonnietemple! I don't know why you got sanctioned and you won't actually say, but if you've got the same attitude at the Job Centre as you have on this forum I'm not surprised you got sanctioned.
  7. Just keep refusing to sign anything, but stress you're happy to do a placement. They can't send you on a placement without a signature, don't get fobbed off by them saying it's for elf'n'safety, you don't need to sign up to the laws on that anymore than any other laws. If they say its the law , say 'what law?'. The whole CWP is being given the bullet at the end of March so try and resist it for a few months, they do seem keen to get a few on the last courses though. You can always pull a sicky for up to 2 weeks twice a year and don't forget your 2 week holiday entitlement. If you can get a fit note (sick note) off a doctor you can delay it 3 months by which time CWP induction will be over.
  8. Explain to her that is not a logical deduction. You want work not to be a slave. It's like me saying I'm selling my house, you then say give it me for free, I say no chance, you say 'then you don't really want to sell it do you'. In what universe would anyone infer that!
  9. If you are being sanctioned it is wise to get down the council offices and inform the LA of your new income after sanctions. This is obviously going to be lower so your entitlemnt to HB and CTR will remain. In some cases a sanction will mean zero income so it does raise the question of how you can pay CouncilTax,( in those areas that make you pay a propotion out of your benefit) when you have no income. You can apply for some temporary relief whilst the sanction is in place but this is discretionary.
  10. I'm afraid the new collection powers the govt gave to the DWP mean it is accountable to no one and above the laws of the land.
  11. The intestacy rules are based on blood ties only and if you are dead the legacy automatically passes to your children, not as in your will. So even if OPs parents had left all their estates to the cats' home the OP will still be entitled to the aunt's estate by virtue of his blood ties to her. Your problem is that you have no legal authority to take her money until probate is granted. (I think it's free for small estates.) Unlike an executor , who takes his authority from a valid will, an administrator of a person who has died intestate has no power to act until probate is granted. As it seems certain her estate will be greater than her liabilities you should administer the estate by applying for probate. Any moneys owing should not be paid until then, any creditors who put pressure on you for a quick settlement can be told to wait until the estate is settled. This can take as long as you want it to , but generally less than a year from death.
  12. Community Work Placement is being axed at the end of March, but will run to October for those forced on it before then . Word is that they're having a bit of a round-up for a last hurrah
  13. If she had no children of her own then she obviously had siblings. Do you know how many? How many children did they have. If the answer is only you then you will inherit, though as you haven't told us how much is in the accounts yet we don't know if to congratulate you or not. Remember the estate may well have to pay some debts yet, from the HA or if overpaid, from the DWP. You did not have to clear the house but you'd have kicked yourself if there were any valuable assets in the house and you hadn't checked.
  14. It took them over a year between the interview and the letters! Your problem is that the DWP only have to convince themselves that you are guilty and they can then take the money from existing benefits or even your wage without any need to prove their suspicions in a court of law. As mikeymark2002 has said the agencies datashare to some extent so if you weren't eligible for JSA it may affect Tax Credits and Housing Benefit. A criminal case is very unlikely, the burden of proof is usually too great for the DWP , they'll just be content to take your money! You need to get appealing against the decision and quick- there are time limits. You should collect evidence your ex-partner lived somewhere else during these periods and that the allegations were malicious and untrue.
  15. V5 will only give name and address of last keeper, they may have moved. If they are 100 miles away the dealer's story begins to look false. Probably picked up from an auction. Like Conniff says these rights 'waivers aren't worth the paper they're written on' you buy from trader you are protected. The car and the dealer are both wrong-uns.
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