N.J. Admin. Code § 10:78-6.2 - Case records

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) The purpose of the case record is to provide a complete documentary record of eligibility determination agency actions and the reasons therefor.
(b) The case record shall include:
1. A record of all eligibility determination agency actions and decisions relating to the case, as well as documentary evidence relating to such actions and decisions, including application forms;
2. All forms relating to financial eligibility; and
3. All case-related correspondence, memorandum, and documents except those required by law or regulation to be maintained elsewhere.
(c) No case record, or part thereof, shall be removed from its file location without a record identifying the person who has custody of it.
(d) No case record, or part thereof, shall be removed from the eligibility determination agency offices except upon the specific authorization of the agency director, deputy director, or other person specifically designated by the agency director to authorize such removal.
(e) All case records shall be filed in a secure and fire-resistant location.

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N.J. Admin. Code § 10:78-6.2

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