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126. Where a person receiving an income replacement indemnity or a total disability benefit under an Act administered by the Minister claims, by reason of another event, an income replacement indemnity under another Act administered by him, the Minister shall distinguish between the damage attributable to each event and shall specify the resulting entitlement to and the amount of the benefits payable under each of the applicable Acts.
A person who believes he has been wronged by the decision may elect to bring an appeal under this Act or under the other Act administered by the Minister.
An appeal brought under either Act precludes an appeal under the other, and the decision rendered in appeal is binding on the Minister.
1993, c. 54, s. 126; 1999, c. 40, s. 336.