Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022
household requests a fair hearing within 15 days of the mailing of an adverse
action notice and the certification period has not expired, participation shall
be continued consistent with the benefit level authorized immediately prior to
the notice of adverse action unless the household specifically waives
continuation of benefits. If the request for a fair hearing does not positively
indicate that the household has waived continuation of benefits, the CWA shall
assume that continuation of benefits is desired and benefits shall be issued
accordingly. If the CWA action is upheld by the hearing decision, a claim
against the household shall be established for all overissuances (see
In the case of an EBT adjustment, as
, once an adverse action
is upheld, the CWA shall immediately debit the household's account for the
total amount stated in its original notice. If there are no benefits or
insufficient funds remaining in the household's account at the time the CWA
action is upheld, the CWA shall only make the adjustment from the next month's
benefits, regardless of whether this satisfies the full adjustment
N.J. Admin. Code §
Amended by R.2004 d.181,
See: 36 New Jersey Register 28(a), 36 New Jersey Register 2425(a).
Codified section as (a), added a N.J.A.C. reference and added
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