FACET procedures: is the form IHT 35 appropriate for FACET to consider?
When you receive a form IHT 35 you should make the following checks to see if the claim is appropriate for you to consider.
|a) Is the date of death shown on page 1 of form IHT 35?||If not, you should return the form to the caseworker and ask for this information to be included.|
|b) Have the date of death values been ticked by the caseworker.|
|(This content has been withheld because of exemptions in the Freedom of Information Act 2000)||If not, you should send form IHT 35 back to the caseworker asking them to confirm that the date of death values are the same as those shown in the IHT400.|
|c) Do any of the following apply|
- is the claimed loss substantial?
- is the question in section 2 ticked ‘Yes’
- has at least one of the questions 3(a) to 3(e) been answered ‘Yes’
- has the caseworker requested that either specific checks or a full check be made?
|(This content has been withheld because of exemptions in the Freedom of Information Act 2000)||If none of these apply you should return the form IHT 35 to the caseworker stating on form 516 that the claim is not appropriate for FACET to consider.|