The insurer applied to the LAT for repayment of IRBs, and also for a determination on the claimant’s entitlement to further IRBs, the application of a section 33 suspension, and whether the claimant sustained a catastrophic impairment. Adjudicator Boyce held that the insurer could not bring an application related to IRB entitlement, section 33 suspension, or a catastrophic impairment, but could proceed with the request for repayment. He reasoned that the Tribunal only had jurisdiction once there was a dispute between the parties. The insurer’s determination regarding IRBs, section 33, and a catastrophic impairment was not equivalent to a “dispute” or “disagreement.” The claimant could, potentially, agree with the determinations and abide by the decisions. The insurer was permitted to proceed with the request for repayment, but the remainder of the issues were dismissed.