Lesley Toozer, 56, of Emerald Street, Cardiff, appeared at the city's Crown Court after admitting making a false representation contrary to section 112 of the Social Security Administration Act 1992.
What does SSAA stand for?
SSAA stands for Social Security Administration Act (Australia)
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We have 40 other meanings of SSAA in our Acronym Attic
- System Support Administrator
- System Support Analysis
- System Supportability Assessment
- Systems Services of America (various locations)
- Sector Specific Agency Executive Management Office (US Department of Homeland Security)
- Social Security Administration's Office of Hearings and Appeals
- First-Order Small Slope Approximation
- Second-Order Small Slope Approximation
- Small-Scale Averaged Power Delay Profile
- Scottish Society of Architect Artists
- Social Security Alumni Association
- Soprano Soprano Alto Alto (sheet music parts)
- Sporting Shooters Association of Australia
- Super-Sampling Anti-Aliasing (computer graphics)
- Swedish Society for Aeronautics and Astronautics
- System Security Approval Authority
- System Security Authorization Agreement
- Southeastern Scottish Amateur Athletic Association (Ft. Valley, GA)
- Space Science and Applications Advisory Committee (US NASA)
- Surface Ship Acoustic Analysis Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mr Bannister said Byrne had been charged under section 112A of the 1992 Social Security Administration Act, which has a maximum sentence of three months, rather than the Fraud Act.
Protheroe denied the offences but was convicted in April of four offences under the Social Security Administration Act 1992 of dishonestly making false representations and dishonestly failing to disclose changes in his circumstances.
Goode pleaded guilty to three offences and Clarke pleaded guilty to four offences under the Social Security Administration Act.
He also admitted intentionally obstructing officers carrying out their duty under the Social Security Administration Act.
In an unconnected case, Manzoor Hussain was convicted on five counts of obtaining pecuniary interest by deception in December 2004 and in January 2005 of making a dishonest representation for benefit purposes, contrary to the Social Security Administration Act.
The mystery judge was convicted under section 111A(1)(a) of the Social Security Administration Act 1992.
Shah Nawaz, 38, of Cyril Road, Small Heath, was given 12 weeks in prison after pleading guilty to defrauding the taxpayer of pounds 19,242 under the Social Security Administration Act.