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Superannuation Act (Northern Ireland) 1967

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39Meaning of “public office” and supplementary provisions.N.I.

(1)In section 38 references to employment in a public office shall be construed as references to employment of the following kinds, and “public office” shall be construed accordingly,—

(a)employment in the civil service (whether or not in an established capacity),

(b)employment in any other capacity remunerated out of moneys provided by Parliament or the Consolidated Fund, not being employment in contributory service within the meaning of the Teachers (Superannuation) Acts (Northern Ireland) 1950 to 1963, nor employment which is reckoned as service as a civil servant under section 36F1.

(2)The MinistryF2 may by order—

(a)designate any employment as employment in a public office for the purposes of this section, and

(b)add to, amend or repeal any of the provisions of subsection (1),

and an order under this subsection may include transitional and supplemental provisions.

(3)Section 38 and this section shall have effect subject to the transitional provisions in paragraphs 8 and 9 of Schedule 9.

(4)Service as a clerk of petty sessions or as an assistant clerk of petty sessions shall be deemed always to have been employment in a public office where apart from this subsection it would not have been employment in a public office.

F1 S.36 provides that prior police service of certain inspectors of weights and measures is to be reckoned as service as a civil servant

F2The Ministry is defined in s.93 (rep. with saving) as M/Fin.

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