Higher Education Support Act 2003

Chapter 3 - Assistance to students  

PART 3-3 - FEE-HELP ASSISTANCE  

Division 104 - Who is entitled to FEE-HELP assistance?  

Subdivision 104-B - Re-crediting HELP balances in relation to FEE-HELP assistance  

SECTION 104-44   Re-crediting a person ' s HELP balance in relation to FEE-HELP assistance if provider completes request for assistance etc.  

104-44(1)  
A higher education provider must, on the *Secretary ' s behalf, re-credit a person ' s *HELP balance with an amount equal to the amounts of *FEE-HELP assistance that the person received for a unit of study if the higher education provider completes any part of the *request for Commonwealth assistance in relation to the unit that the student is required to complete.

Note:

A FEE-HELP debt relating to a unit of study will be remitted if the HELP balance in relation to the unit is re-credited under this section: see subsection 137-10(4) .

104-44(2)  
A higher education provider must, on the *Secretary ' s behalf, re-credit a person ' s *HELP balance with an amount equal to the amounts of *FEE-HELP assistance that the person received for a unit of study if the Secretary is satisfied that the student was not entitled to receive FEE-HELP assistance for the unit of study with the higher education provider.

104-44(3)  
A higher education provider must, on the *Secretary ' s behalf, re-credit a person ' s *HELP balance with an amount equal to the amounts of *FEE-HELP assistance that the person received for a unit of study if the student has not has been assessed by the higher education provider as academically suited to undertake the unit concerned.

104-44(4)  
The *Secretary may re-credit the person ' s *HELP balance under this section if the provider is unable to do so.


 

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