Social Security (Administration) (Recognised State/Territory Authority - Qld Family Responsibilities Commission) Determination 2013

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Social Security (Administration) (Recognised State/Territory Authority — Qld Family Responsibilities Commission) Determination 2013
Social Security (Administration) Act 1999
I, KEVIN ANDREWS, Minister for Social Services, acting under subsection 123TGAA(1), section 123TGAB and paragraph 123XPAA(3)(b) of the Social Security (Administration) Act 1999, and being satisfied of the matters set out in subsections 123TGAA(2) and (3) and having regard to the matters set out in subsection 123TGAA(4), make this Determination.
Dated 17 December 2013
Kevin Andrews
Minister for Social Services
1          Name of Determination
This determination is the Social Security (Administration) (Recognised State/Territory Authority — Qld Family Responsibilities Commission) Determination 2013.
2          Commencement
This determination commences the day after it is registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments.
3          Repeal
This determination is repealed on the 28th day after the Social Services and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2014 receives the Royal Assent.
4          Interpretation
In this determination:
Act means the Social Security (Administration) Act 1999.
Qld Family Responsibilities Commission means the Commission established by section 9 of the Family Responsibilities Commission Act 2008 (Qld) for the purposes of paragraph (b) of that definition.
5          Recognised State or Territory
Queensland is a recognised State or Territory for the purposes of Part 3B of the Act.
6          Recognised State/Territory Authority
The Qld Family Responsibilities Commission is a recognised State/Territory authority for the purposes of Part 3B of the Act.
7          Deductible portion
For paragraph 123XPAA(3)(b) of the Act:
a)       the percentages are 60, 75 and 90 per cent, and
b)       the percentage in paragraph (a) that applies in relation to an instalment of a category I welfare payment that is payable to a person is the percentage that is equal to the percentage set out in a notice in relation to the person that is given to the Secretary by an officer or employee of the Qld Family Responsibilities Commission.