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"Good cause" is the term mentioned in the Benefit Regulations, although no definition of it is given.Some examples include: Good cause cannot be established simply because you were unaware of the right to benefit or the time limit for claiming.You are expected to take reasonable steps to establish your rights and duties by contacting your local area office or the Department for Work & Pensions.Depending upon the circumstances, we may ask you to provide evidence to support your request, for example, if you are ill we may ask for a letter from your doctor, hospital etc.
This will apply to any application for a backdated Housing Benefit claim made from this date.The criteria for a claim to be backdated will remain the same as current rules.**Anyone aged 60 - 64 can be classed as working age, but also be entitled to claim Pension Credit.For more information, see 'related pages', 'downloads' or 'other useful websites'.This Google™ translation feature, provided on the Employment Development Department (EDD) website, is for informational purposes only.*From April 2016 onwards backdating for working age customers will be reduced from a maximum of six months to a maximum of one month.
You can ask for a reconsideration of the decision, this must be made in writing.Please use the 'contact us' box if you have any questions.