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Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act (Northern Ireland) 1969

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22Nomination to property in society.F7N.I.

(1)Subject to subsections (2) and (3), a member of a registered society may, by a written statement signed by him and delivered at or sent to the society's registered office during his lifetime or made in any book kept at that office, nominate a person or persons to become entitled at his death to the whole, or to such part or respective parts as may be specified in the nomination, of any property in the society (whether in shares, loans or deposits or otherwise) [F1which he may have at the time of his death.]

(2)The nomination by a member of a society under subsection (1) of a person who is at the date of the nomination an officer or servant of the society shall not be valid unless that person is the[F2 spouse, civil partner,] father, mother, child, brother, sister, nephew or niece of the nominator.

(3)For the purposes of the disposal of any property which is the subject of a nomination under subsection (1)—

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(b)if the nomination was made F4... before 29th December 1955 and at the date of the nominator's death the amount of his property in the society comprised in the nomination exceeds one hundred pounds, the nomination shall be valid to the extent of one hundred pounds but not further or otherwise;

(c)if the nomination was made after 28th December 1955 and before 21st April 1967 and at the date of the nominator's death the amount of his property in the society comprised in the nomination exceeds two hundred pounds, the nomination shall be valid to the extent of two hundred pounds but not further or otherwise;

(d)if the nomination was made after 20th April 1967 and at the date of the nominator's death the amount of his property in the society comprised in the nomination exceeds five hundred poundsF5 (or such higher amount as may be substituted under section 6(1) of the Administration of Estates (Small Payments) Act (Northern Ireland) 1967 [1967 c.5] ), the nomination shall be valid to the extent of five hundred pounds (or such higher amount as aforesaid), but not further or otherwise.

(4)A nomination by a member of a society under subsection (1) may be varied or revoked by a subsequent nomination by him thereunder or by any similar document in the nature of a revocation or variation signed by the nominator and delivered at or sent to the society's registered office during his lifetime, but shall not be revocable or variable by the will of the nominator or by any codicil thereto.

(5)Every registered society shall keep a book in which the names of all persons nominated under subsection (1) and any revocation or variation of any nomination under that subsection shall be recorded.

(6)The[F2 formation of a marriage or civil partnership by] a member of a society shall operate as a revocation of any nomination made by him before the marriage[F2 or civil partnership was formed] F6...; but if any property of that member has been transferred by an officer of the society in pursuance of the nomination in ignorance of[F2 the formation of a marriage or civil partnership] by the nominator subsequent to the date of the nomination, the receipt of the nominee shall be a valid discharge to the society and the society shall be under no liability to any other person claiming the property.

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