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ARGUED: December 4, 2000

OPINION

The issues presented in this appeal involve (1) the eligibility of a person involuntarily committed as a condition of probation for workers’ compensation benefits pursuant to section 306(a)(2) of the Workers’ Compensation Act (“Act”), 77 P.S. �511(2) *fn1 , and (2) the entitlement of an employer to a credit for overpayment of benefits. For the reasons set forth herein, we affirm, although on different grounds than those relied upon by the Commonwealth Court.*fn2

 
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