When a person is found to have transferred property which affects eligibility, they must be notified (via the IM-32, IM-33, IM-80, or IM-82A) of the following facts:
- The property transferred and date transferred.
- The fair market value.
- The uncompensated value.
- That the claimant transferred the property with the intent to gain eligibility or transferred the home and did not provide evidence to establish otherwise.
- The length of ineligibility for vendor level of care or HCB services.
Persons who are not applying/receiving vendor level benefits but who have transferred property must be notified that transfers of property without receiving fair and valuable consideration may affect eligibility should the claimant enter a nursing home within 36 (or 60, if the transfer involved a trust or annuity) months from the date of the transfer.