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Social Benefits Denied?
If your application for the benefits is denied, you may ask for the review of the decision. If review decision is also not agreeable to you, an appeal can be filed before the Social Benefits Tribunal. You may engage a legal professional from our firm to present your case and argue the appeal before the tribunal.
The Social Benefits Tribunal
The Social Benefits Tribunal (SBT) is established by the Ontario government. The SBT hears review claims under the Ontario Works Act and Ontario Disability Support Program Act regarding refusal to grant benefits, cancellation or suspension of benefits, reduction in benefits, or the amount awarded.
The Social Benefits Tribunal hears appeals from people who have either been refused social assistance or who receive social assistance but disagree with a decision that affects them, such as:
The Social Benefits Tribunal (SBT) is established under Part IV of the Ontario Works Act, 1997. Appeals are heard under that act and the Ontario Disability Support Program Act, 1997.
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