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113 STAT. 1852 PUBLIC LAW 106-169—DEC. 14, 1999 for benefits under this title, whether the individual acted in good faith or was at fault, and in determining fraud, deception, or intent. "(2) EFFECT OF FAILURE TO TIMELY REQUEST REVIEW.— A failure to timely request review of an initial adverse determination with respect to an application for any payment under this title or an adverse determination on reconsideration of such an initial determination shall not serve as a basis for denial of a subsequent application for any payment under this title if the applicsint demonstrates that the applicant failed to so request such a review acting in good faith reliance upon incorrect, incomplete, or misleading information, relating to the consequences of reapplying for pa3nnents in lieu of seeking review of an adverse determination, provided by any officer or employee of the Social Security Administration. "(3) NOTICE REQUIREMENTS.— In any notice of an adverse determination with respect to which a review may be requested under paragraph (1), the Commissioner of Social Seciirity shall describe in clear and specific language the effect on possible entitlement to benefits under this title of choosing to reapply in lieu of requesting review of the determination. "(b) JUDICIAL REVIEW.— The final determination of the Commissioner of Social Security after a hearing under subsection (a)(1) shall be subject to judicial review as provided in section 205(g) to the same extent as the Commissioner of Social Security's final determinations under section 205. 42 USC 1010. "SEC. 810. OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS. "(a) REGULATIONS AND ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS.—The Commissioner of Social Security may prescribe such regulations, and msike such administrative and other arrangements, as may be necessary or appropriate to carry out this title. "(b) PAYMENT OF BENEFITS. —Benefits under this title shall be paid at such time or times and in such installments as the Commissioner of Social Security determines are in the interests of economy and efficiency. "(c) ENTITLEMENT REDETERMINATIONS.— An individual's entitlement to benefits under this title, and the amount of the benefits, may be redetermined at such time or times as the Commissioner of Social Security determines to be appropriate. "(d) SUSPENSION AND TERMINATION OF BENEFITS.— Regulations prescribed by the Commissioner of Socifd Security under subsection (a) may provide for the suspension and termination of entitlement to benefits under this title as the Commissioner determines is appropriate. 42 USC 1011. "SEC. 811. PENALTIES FOR FRAUD. "(a) IN GENERAL.—Whoever— "(1) knowingly and willfiiliy makes or causes to be made any false statement or representation of a material fact in an application for benefits under this title; "(2) at any time knowingly and willfully msikes or causes to be made any false statement or representation of a material fact for use in determining any right to the benefits; "(3) having knowledge of the occurrence of any event affecting— "(A) his or her initial or continued right to the benefits;