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91(1)A “pension credit member” is an individual on whom rights are conferred by the Fund trustees in accordance with paragraph 1(2) of Schedule 5 to the Welfare Reform and Pensions Act 1999 (c. 30).S
(2)It is for the Fund trustees to determine the benefits to which a pension credit member is to be entitled. But those benefits may consist only of—
(a)a right to be paid a pension from the age of 65,
(b)a right to commute a portion of that pension into a lump sum,
(c)a right to take early retirement when aged between 60 and 65 and accordingly to be paid a reduced pension,
(d)a right to be paid a lump sum instead of a pension where the member has not yet received a pension and is not expected to live for longer than one year because of a health condition,
(e)a right to be paid a lump sum instead of a pension where that lump sum would be a trivial commutation lump sum for the purposes of Part 1 of Schedule 29 to the Finance Act 2004 (c. 12),
(f)where a pension credit member dies within 5 years of first receiving a pension, a right to have the pension paid to a surviving partner, dependant children or personal representatives for the remainder of the 5 year period,
(g)where a pension credit member dies before first receiving a pension, a right to have a lump sum paid to a surviving partner, dependant children or personal representatives of an amount equal to 25% of the cash equivalent of the benefits attributable to the corresponding pension credit (within the meaning of Chapter 4 of Part 4 to the Pension Schemes Act 1993 (c. 48)).
(3)An individual's benefits as a pension credit member are to be provided separately from any other benefits to which the individual may be entitled under the scheme.
(4)A rule which extinguishes an individual's right to receive scheme benefits on being paid a lump sum does not extinguish any separate rights which the individual may have to receive benefits as a pension credit member (or as a surviving partner, dependant child or personal representative of such a member).
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