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What does HCTB stand for?

HCTB stands for Housing and Council Tax Benefit (UK)

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Housing and Council Tax Benefit Take-up Officer, Maureen Haf, is responsible for identifying potential claimants, helping them with claims, and providing advice on other benefits they may be entitled to.
Philip Day, of Penis tone Road, Waterloo, elected to appear at Bradford Crown Court and pleaded not guilty to falsely claiming housing and council tax benefit from June 2004 to April 2005.
Christine Tearney of Coatsworth Road, Bensham, Gateshead, failed to report she had returned to work while claiming housing and council tax benefit of pounds 1,903.
The council's Benefits Shop, in partnership with Age Concern, Dudley and the Pension Local Service, was today launching a year-long Your Rights Campaign, which starts with housing and council tax benefit take-up.
Appearing at Newcastle Magistrates' Court, Mr Rom admitted two charges of failing to report a change in circumstances in order to obtain housing and council tax benefit.
Terence O'Brien, 65, of Ponteland Road, Cowgate, admitted seven charges of obtaining housing and council tax benefit by false representation when he appeared at Gosforth magistrates this month.
The housing and council tax benefit overpayments amounted to more than pounds 75,000 with significant overpayments also being identified in respect of other benefits paid by the DWP.