The following language shall be contained in all notices in claims that might be affected
if the holding were applied.
“If you do not agree with this decision, you can appeal. You must ask for an appeal
within 60 days.”
“You should know that we decided your claim without applying all of what the court
said about the law in ( see “fill in,” below). ( See “fill in, below” ) is a recent court ruling that we do not consider final because it may be reviewed
further by the courts. If it becomes final, we may contact you again.
“If you disagree with our decision in your case, do not wait for us to contact you.
You should appeal within 60 days of the date you receive this notice. If you do not
appeal within 60 days, you may lose benefits.”
Fill in: Name of case, e.g., John Q. Public v. Chater.