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Reasons For Rescinding Sah Entitlement?

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Guest Morgan

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The SAH entitlement is subject to review and can be rescinded. Does anyone know the reasons an entitlement might be rescinded? Of course, it stands to reason that a veteran with certain disabilities that improve so that the veteran no longer needs a wheelchair would warrant rescinding the entitlement. But are there other reasons?

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The SAH entitlement is subject to review and can be rescinded. Does anyone know the reasons an entitlement might be rescinded? Of course, it stands to reason that a veteran with certain disabilities that improve so that the veteran no longer needs a wheelchair would warrant rescinding the entitlement. But are there other reasons?

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Who says an award of entitlement to specially adapted housing can be rescinded? I guess it's possible, but I've been a Service Officer for a long time & never heard of this happening - after all, its a rare thing to have an amputee grow that limb back! B)

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The paperwork my husband received from the VA said the entitlement can be rescinded, not the grant. Once the grant is issued, it can't be taken back.

Some veterans are wheelchair confined for conditions other than amputation.

Carrie

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