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SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Office of Disability Adjudication and Review

HALLEX
Volume I

Transmittal No. I-4-43

Chapter: I-4-3

Subject: Court Remands

Background

This transmittal amends chapter I-4-3 of the Hearings, Appeals and Litigation Law (HALLEX) manual by removing several sections that are outdated and obsolete.

Explanation of Content and Changes

We amended HALLEX I-4-3 as follows:

I-4-3-99 – We completely removed the section as the information in the referenced folders are no longer used.

I-4-3-100 – We completely removed the section as the information is outdated and is more appropriately address in training materials.

I-4-3-101 – We completely removed the section as the information is now incorporated in the Document Generation System (DGS).

I-4-3-102 – We completely removed the section as the information is now incorporated in DGS.

I-4-3-105 – We completely removed the section as the information is now incorporated in DGS.

I-4-3-106 – We completely removed the section as the information is outdated and unnecessary.

I-4-3-107 – We completely removed the section as the information is outdated and unnecessary.

I-4-3-108 – We completely removed the section as the information is outdated and unnecessary.

I-4-3-109 – We completely removed the section as the information is outdated and unnecessary.

I-4-3-110 – We completely removed the section as the information is outdated and unnecessary.

I-4-3-111 – We completely removed the section as the information was superseded by an update in HALLEX I-3-2-11.

I-4-3-111 – We completely removed the section as the information is outdated and will be updated at a later date.

I-4-3-112 – We completely removed the section as the information is outdated and will be updated at a later date.

I-4-3-113 – We completely removed the section as the information is outdated and will be updated at a later date.

I-4-3-114 – We completely removed the section as the information is outdated and will be updated at a later date.

I-4-3-115 – We completely removed the section as the information is outdated and will be updated at a later date.

Date: January 6, 2015