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Section 2.

SCHEDULE [F11]F3N.I.RULES FOR CALCULATING PENSION

F3functions transf.SI 1973/2163 Saved, 1964 c. 21 (NI)

Non-textual amendments applied to the whole Legislation can be found in the Introduction

PART IF3N.I.

1When the number of completed years of service as a resident magistrate is that specified in the first column of the following table, the annual pension shall not exceed the fraction of the retiring salary respectively specified in the second column of that table.

Years of serviceFraction of retiring salary
[F2two to four][F2six eightieths]
fivefifteen eightieths
sixsixteen eightieths
sevenseventeen eightieths
eighteighteen eightieths
ninenineteen eightieths
tentwenty eightieths
eleventwenty-two eightieths
twelvetwenty-four eightieths
thirteentwenty-six eightieths
fourteentwenty-eight eightieths
fifteenthirty eightieths
sixteenthirty-two eightieths
seventeenthirty-four eightieths
eighteenthirty-six eightieths
nineteenthirty-eight eightieths
twenty or moreforty eightieths

2Any period of service after twenty years shall not be taken into account for the purposes of this Part.

PART IIF3N.I.

1Where a person to whom paragraph (b) of sub-section (2) of section two applies has served as a resident magistrate for less than five years and his aggregated service is not less than ten years' service, subject to paragraph 3, the amount of the annual pension shall not exceed one-eightieth of his retiring salary as a resident magistrate in respect of each year of his aggregated service.

2Where a person to whom paragraph (b) of sub-section (2) of section two applies has served as a resident magistrate for not less than five years, subject to paragraph 3, the amount of the annual pension shall not exceed the aggregate of—

(a)the annual amount of the pension (calculated in accordance with Part I) for which he would have become eligible if he had served only as a resident magistrate (without regard to any service by him in whole-time employment to which the Superannuation Acts apply); and

(b)one-eightieth of his retiring salary as a resident magistrate in respect of each year of service in whole-time employment to which the Superannuation Acts apply.

3A pension calculated under this Part shall not exceed whichever is the greater of the following amounts, that is to say—

(a)one-half of the resident magistrates' retiring salary; or

(b)one-half of his retiring salary in any employment to which the Superannuation Acts apply.

4In this Part “retiring salary” in relation to any employment to which the Superannuation Acts apply has the same meaning as in section eighteen.