Social Welfare (Consolidation) Act, 1993

Revision by appeals officer of decisions of appeals officers.

[1993, s. 31(1)]

262.—An appeals officer may, at any time revise any decision of an appeals officer, if it appears to him that the decision was erroneous in the light of new evidence or of new facts brought to his notice since the date on which it was given, or if it appears to him that there has been any relevant change of circumstances since the decision was given.