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47An individual is entitled to a serious ill-health pension if the Fund trustees are satisfied that the following conditions are met—
|Condition 1||The individual resigns as or otherwise stops being an MSP or, as the case may be, the holder of a pensionable office as a direct consequence of a health condition.|
|Condition 2||At that time, the individual would be entitled to a scheme pension but for the fact that the individual is not yet 65 years old.|
|Condition 3||The individual applies to the Fund trustees for a serious ill-health pension.|
|Condition 4||The health condition prevents the individual from doing any gainful work.|
|Condition 5||The health condition is expected to be permanent and to continue to prevent the individual from doing gainful work.|
|Condition 6||The application is accompanied by evidence that a doctor is satisfied that conditions 4 and 5 are met.|
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