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Does anyone have any expertise in UK law, particularly in the area of claiming benefits or possibly finances, or just familiar with the way it's phrased etc, and could interpret a bit of legislation on deliberate deprivation of capital for me? need to know if one point supercedes another. not necessarily today! thank youuu

only a couple of paragraphs worth, I possibly just need to know that the word 'always' definitely means 'always' and what 'usually' means in context..

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