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Friendly Societies Act (Northern Ireland) 1957

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Ss. 1‐4 rep. by 1970 c. 31 (NI)

S. 5 rep. by 1992 NI 5

Ss. 6‐8 rep. by 1970 c. 31 (NI); SLR 1973; 1979 NI 13

F19[Provision as to information supplied for social security purposes.N.I.

(1)Subject to any exceptions or conditions prescribed by regulations of the Department of Health and Social Services, that Department shall at the request of any person claiming benefit from a registered trade union or branch of a registered trade union provide the trade union or branch for the purposes of the claim with a copy or abstract of any doctor's statement relating to that person and supplied by him to that Department for purposes of the enactments relating to social security.

(2)Where the Department of Health and Social Services furnishes a registered trade union or branch of a registered trade union, in connection with a claim for benefit from the trade union or branch, with information relating to a claim or award under those enactments, the expenses incurred in connection therewith by that Department or any other government department shall be treated as expenses in carrying those enactments into effect.

(3)Regulations made under sub-section (1) shall be subject to negative resolution.]

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F11980 NI 8

10Annuities payable by trade unions.N.I.

(1)If, in the event of a dissolution of any …F2 trade union which has entered into contracts, approved by the Commissioners of Inland Revenue under section twenty-twoF3 of the Finance Act, 1956 [1956 c.54] , for the payment of annuities, any such annuity ceases to be paid, or any contract for the payment of such an annuity fails in whole or in part, no payment shall be made in respect thereof out of the funds of the …F2 union to the annuitant or other person entitled to the benefit of the contract, but any sum which, but for this provision, would have been paid to him shall be applied in purchasing for the benefit of the annuitant an annuity (for the like term, and subject to the like conditions against surrender, commutation or assignment) from a person lawfully carrying on in the United Kingdom a business of granting annuities on human life.

Subs. (2) rep. by 1970 c. 31 (NI); subs. (3) spent

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S. 11 rep. by 1970 c. 31 (NI)

12Short title.N.I.

(1)This Act may be cited as the Friendly Societies Act (Northern Ireland), 1957.

Subs. (2) rep. by 1970 c. 31 (NI)

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