Where the Secretary of State1 has made a final decision under the post-2005 scheme2 awarding benefit, there can be no review by him of that decision except in specified circumstances3.
Where a member of the forces has been awarded injury benefit4 and a decision in relation to injury benefit ('the injury benefit decision'5) has been made within seven years of the day the service of the member ends, the Secretary of State must review an injury benefit decision, where an application6 for review is given or sent to the Service Personnel and Veterans Agency7 within the period of one year starting with the day on which service ends8. On such a review the Secretary of State may make a new decision which maintains the injury benefit decision or revise
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